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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-16-2007, 04:20 PM Thread Starter
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besides replacing the door what can i do to fix this...i was thinking about just ripping it out and putting a very fine bead of black silicone in its place...if done right it should look good

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Probably be better to just cut off what is hanging out and leave it alone.
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holy crap shove it back in. i would what phil says. maybe a small bead of clear silicone
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i cant just cut this piece off

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i cant just cut this piece off

True, maybe put some clear epoxy on that peice and then push it back in and throw some masking tape on it until it dries....
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ive pushed them in numerous times they also pop out as soon as i drive away..
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That is why I said put some epoxy on it....
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Sell the car...buy another one that doesn't have that problem.
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dont use epoxy. use clear plumbers silicone. works great. i would take a small flat screwdriver shove that peice back in then silicone. good luck
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Best bet would be to try and remove that gasket or all the parts of it that you see anyway, and then tape on both sides of the joint and give it a good bead of black silicone, bcs clear silicone turns a little yellow after a while and it would look like crap.
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thats what i want to do...that was my main idea..i just wanted to see what you guys would say
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Well now that you have us to blame if something goes wrong, get to work and fix those guts hanging of your car....
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i wonder if this is caused by your vents being blocked? it is forcing the air out thru the doors rather then the vents in the trunk to release the pressure.
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why would my vents be blocked?
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its just from the rubber swelling,, my trep was starting to do that, and theres a sopt on the Special that has started to do it,, ill come up with somekind of fix
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