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Old 06-17-2000, 08:51 PM
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Got some minor surface rust under front door seals..('92 400e)..Along the top of the doors. What's the trick to removing the old rubber and installing new seals? The current seals seem to very in-place with adhesive....Planning on removing seals so I can put a halt the rust .Your help is appreciated
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I don't remeber for certain, but I think that they are pushed into a groove. I think that you lube them up and then slide into place. If glue is needed, you can use the 3M super weatherstrip adhesive. It will hold.

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