Question about 1987 Chevrolet Suburban
I believe that you're talking about the weather strips that go into the top of the window slot in the door correct? These will just pop out, they pop out kind of hard. Usually you wreck them getting them out, I use a pliers and grap a portion of them on the end and pull. I would recommend ordering the new ones first, this will give you an idea of how they go in, also you don't have to worry about the window rattling around for a while until they arrive. The ones on the lower portion of the door slide forward or backward to release them, not sure which way... the new ones just slide back into place. LMC has good replacement parts at a good price.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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