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Replacing Passenger Side Door Moulding

Anyone know how to replace the black strip of door moulding on the 2000 honda civic 4-door? I bought the replacement part, but need some guidance.
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  • am2000 Aug 21, 2008

    No it's the Door Moulding black piece that goes horizontally across the door. I hit it on the side of my garage, and it bent. I'm trying to get the old piece off and the new piece on, but don't know where to start.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    the screws can out an the nuts fell down under the plastic moulding,how do I get to them

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First are you talking about the weather stripping that goes around were the door close into? If this is it, just pull off the old one clean the area good, brake clean works very well. then put the new one in place I recommend some contact cerment here and there to keep it in place so its not flopping all over you. If this is not the black strip please let me know which piece it is.

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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    Rob Cobb Aug 21, 2008

    OK thanks for getting back so fast, now the way you are describing its the strip that is halfway up the door from the bottom. If this is the case then most of those should be just held on by glue, so what you have to do is to use a putty knife at one end and carefully move the knife back and forth until the end lifts up then you can use one hand pull gently and se the putty knife to cut the glue. If this is not the piece that we are talking about let me know then I can contact you by email and you can send me a picture,



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