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The rubber seal around the rear window trim is loose i'm going to reinstall where does it go flush with outside or down in

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SOURCE: How to remove trim from rear hatch door on 2001 Sienna

You need to remove the big plastic or vinyl rear hatch trim to get the side trims off. Remove the 10 mm bolt that holds the pull handle (if you have a pull handle), and then, using a flat tool, (like a stiff putty knife), insert the tool between the vinyl trim and the tailgate to loosen the plastic clips (there is like 18 of them); one the hatch panel is off, you will see that you can now remove the side trims.

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SOURCE: 1995 bronco rear window leak

replace the rubber seal,but there may be more to it,the window track could be rusted causing the window not to be tight to the rubber seal

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SOURCE: passenger side view mirror broke and trimming around window

On the inside trim, you can remove screws that are by the door handle, arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want to break them. You'll need to lift the door panel upwards in order to get it off the window ledge. Then you'll need to manipulate the panel and disconnect the door handle linkage from the door handle and disconnect the wiring for your controls. Then you can access the bolts that secure the mirror onto the door.

As for the trim, you should just be able to wedge it back in place into the door

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