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 #298138  by Valcone_02
 January 29th, 2013, 9:13 pm
I'm running into a problem with (what I would call) the top, molded weather stripping that runs above both doors. It is ripping apart at the bottom of the channel and with this last snow, water started to drip into the car. I have a Hayes repair manual, but it doesn't address the weather stripping and the information that I have found online mostly refers to the weather stripping that fits around the door frame and that's not what I need. I've also found the same stuff at the local auto parts store. Maybe the correct term is molding...Sorry, my car vocabulary may need some work. :?

Can anybody point me in the right direction to get replacement weather stripping/molding?
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 #298141  by InfernoLime
 January 29th, 2013, 10:06 pm
Valcone_02 wrote:I'm running into a problem with (what I would call) the top, molded weather stripping that runs above both doors. It is ripping apart at the bottom of the channel and with this last snow, water started to drip into the car. I have a Hayes repair manual, but it doesn't address the weather stripping and the information that I have found online mostly refers to the weather stripping that fits around the door frame and that's not what I need. I've also found the same stuff at the local auto parts store. Maybe the correct term is molding...Sorry, my car vocabulary may need some work. :?

Can anybody point me in the right direction to get replacement weather stripping/molding?
is this what you're after?
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/WEATHER-STRIP-DR ... 500wt_1413

I have bought weathers stripping from this guy before. worked out great and half the price of the dealer.