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Old 06-26-2010, 03:55 AM
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99 WeatherStrip Front Door Replace???

I need to replace the weatherstrip / molding on the front doors on my 99 expy. I have the style that is on the body and not the door. How do i go about replacing this molding so that I'm not payin gthe dealership 300 bucks?

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Old 06-26-2010, 09:02 AM
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If this is the same as on a 98 (I think it would be). You pull the scuff plate off by getting your fingers under it and pulling straight up. Then the rubber just pulls off of the frame around the door. The new stuff pushes on the metal flange. The new seal is not likely to be a cheap item as not many places are going to have one. Some place like rock auto may be your best bet or an online Ford parts seller.
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Old 06-27-2010, 08:21 AM
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no that one i got,thats ford part number 20708. its the one right above that, that actually goes alongs the windshield (left hand side and right under the covering for the windshield wipers) and alongst the top of the front and back doors. I pulled it out of its channel and put it back in so its fixed for now. i may take a picture of it later

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If this is the same as on a 98 (I think it would be). You pull the scuff plate off by getting your fingers under it and pulling straight up. Then the rubber just pulls off of the frame around the door. The new stuff pushes on the metal flange. The new seal is not likely to be a cheap item as not many places are going to have one. Some place like rock auto may be your best bet or an online Ford parts seller.
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