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I need a weather seal for a 1993 allante hardtop. i know someone makes a new rubber seal from the back window to back window going around the front but i can't find the web site again

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I broke my rubber door seal loose on the passenger side in the icey weather today. what/how is the cheapest way to repair it? i am not using the remote, because that quit working a month ago after it ran...


Go to you local autoparts retailer you will need little tree clips that go into holes in the rubber seal and in turn push into holes in the door and you will need a tube of weather sealant glue.... Clean the rubber seal on the door and pull out the old tree clips ( tilt them on about a 45 degree angle to get them out don't tear the rubber) next put in the new tree clips you have bought following the same instructions on how you removed the old ones. Finally put sealant glue on the rubber where it contacts the door ( all the way around) and also on the door frame itself where the rubber will contact allow the glue to get tacky on door and rubber (Approx 10 mins) start at one end pushing the rubber back onto the door and inserting the tree clips as you go along when you get to the end viola your done! hope this helps

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How to install window weather strip on a 57 chevy 2 door hardtop? Where is the best place to start, quarter glass or front door?


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Need a 1999 BMW Z3 Roadster owners manual, replacement back windo


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let me know if you got it

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Water leaking through the seals on my 93 mx5, what


buy and install new seals ar try and see if window is adustablie

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Install rear window 2001 cabriolet convertible


Yes the glass does have a runner or rubber seal on it. If you have removed it from the frame and the frame is still strong enough to hold up for a while, then here is how you do it: place the rubber seal on the winow glass, have a piece of strong string (about 24 inches long), place the window on the frame for now (don't push it in yet, just park it on top of the frame, get in the trunk, get the string to pass between the frame and the rubber window seal, use the string to position the rubber seal while someone outside the car pushes firmly on the window (helping you pop it in, inch by inch). You have to work from one corner all the way around the frame until you get back to where you started from.It takes a while, it's frustrating and remember not to remove the string before you are completely done because you'll have to start over from scratch. Also, once done, for good measure, tape some painter's tape (low-level of stickiness) about a 1/4inch from the outside rubber window seal (all the way around) and fill the inside of the rubber seal with a thin layer of clear caulking (bathroom or exterior grade). then just smooth out the rubber seal while the caulking is still wet so as to remove any bumps or uneveness. Repeat once a year and you'll be sure that your Cabby won't leak water from the back window, and won't have a rusty back window frame that rots out eventually.
Hope that helps, Cheers!

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I cannot get the rear/side window latch to close. any suggestions


Sienna is like Previa... If the rubber seal around the Rt or Left read window is hardened, closing it will feel like this and 'may' break.
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Water standing floor of 1991 corsica


That can be caused by the door or window seals. Around all your doors there is a rubber seal, this seal can degrade and allow water into the interior. There are also seals around the windows and front and rear windshields. If I were you I would visually inspect all the rubber seals on all your doors and windows, if any part of the seals is worn it should be replaced. You can buy universal weatherstripping kits off the shelf at any auto parts store to replace any of yours that are bad and it's pretty easy to install. You can also pick up a tube of silicone sealent to seal any small gaps or cracks in the existing seals.

Hope this helps

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