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Old 11-18-2011, 05:31 PM
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Rear liftgate weatherstrip pictures

Hey guys, would one of yall shoot me a picture of your EX showing the weatherstrip/rubber bumpers, etc that go on the bottom of the rear liftgate. My 2004 EX is missing everything. All I have are empty holes.

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Do you mean the stripping on the top of the doors ?
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Lots of good info...but still confused about holes.

Thanks for the valuable info...still a little confused. My lift door is where all the holes are, not the barn doors. Some small (like 1/4" look like drain holes). The other ones are larger (like 3/8 or bigger and two on the ends are oval shaped). Looks like something should snap into them.
Exploded pics dont really show them.

Need someone to photograph their 2004 with the gate open so I can see what I'm missing.

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There are two (2) small rubber bumpers that insert into two of those holes about 12" apart--one lands on each of the barn doors. Cannot remember if they are the 1/4" or 3/8" holes.

Mine were also missing. I purchased and installed them. Then, I discovered that they basically grind the paint off of the doors. I took them off with no consequence other than not wearing a spot in the paint. I think they are only there to make us feel good.
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Anyone get any photos of these original stoppers on the bottom of hatch or find a replacement to these missing parts? I'm having the same problem, except my hatch is digging into barn doors from the lack of stoppers.
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