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Old 11-06-2020, 01:10 PM #1
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Roof weatherstripping

I was at the car wash and the blower blew this part off of one side. Is anything supposed to actually connect it? I just slid it back into the channel. What's it called (in case it flies out on the highway and I need to find another one). And lastly, do I really need it? Thanks.

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At $60 ish each, I put mine in with a few dabs of RTV to 'glue' it in place. Weatherstrip adhesive would work well too.
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The channel weather strip on mine came out on one side after a wash as well. I pulled the other side out when I got home. Haven't put them back in. With the roof rack in place, this will not cause any leaks to worry about.

If you want to replace any of the roof weatherstripping, here are the part numbers.

Windshield and roof mouldings

1x 75531-35110 - MOULDING, WINDSHIELD, OUTER UPPER
1x 75548-35010 - FASTENER, WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING, RH
1x 75549-35010 - FASTENER, WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING, LH
1x 75533-35050 - MOULDING, WINDSHIELD, OUTSIDE RH
1x 75534-35030 - MOULDING, WINDSHIELD, OUTSIDE LH
2x 75557-35010 - MOULDING, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH, CENTER NO.2, RH/LH
1x 75553-35010 - MOULDING, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH, REAR, RH
1x 75554-35010 - MOULDING, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH, REAR, LH
2x 75561-60030 - CLIP, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH MOULDING
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The channel weather strip on mine came out on one side after a wash as well. I pulled the other side out when I got home. Haven't put them back in. With the roof rack in place, this will not cause any leaks to worry about.

If you want to replace any of the roof weatherstripping, here are the part numbers.

Windshield and roof mouldings

1x 75531-35110 - MOULDING, WINDSHIELD, OUTER UPPER
1x 75548-35010 - FASTENER, WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING, RH
1x 75549-35010 - FASTENER, WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING, LH
1x 75533-35050 - MOULDING, WINDSHIELD, OUTSIDE RH
1x 75534-35030 - MOULDING, WINDSHIELD, OUTSIDE LH
2x 75557-35010 - MOULDING, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH, CENTER NO.2, RH/LH
1x 75553-35010 - MOULDING, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH, REAR, RH
1x 75554-35010 - MOULDING, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH, REAR, LH
2x 75561-60030 - CLIP, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH MOULDING

What website are you using for the pns? Thanks.
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Awesome, thanks guys!

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At $60 ish each, I put mine in with a few dabs of RTV to 'glue' it in place. Weatherstrip adhesive would work well too.
Amazon.com: TOYOTA Genuine 75553-35010 Roof Molding: Automotive

Found the RH and would guess the LH is at same price cheap and OEM
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Amazon.com: TOYOTA Genuine 75553-35010 Roof Molding: Automotive

Found the RH and would guess the LH is at same price cheap and OEM
Great price, several years ago, not so much.
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I was at the car wash and the blower blew this part off of one side. Is anything supposed to actually connect it? I just slid it back into the channel. What's it called (in case it flies out on the highway and I need to find another one). And lastly, do I really need it? Thanks.

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I just realized both of mine are gone lol. Guess I'll add that to list of things to order soon.
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The channel weather strip on mine came out on one side after a wash as well. I pulled the other side out when I got home. Haven't put them back in. With the roof rack in place, this will not cause any leaks to worry about.

If you want to replace any of the roof weatherstripping, here are the part numbers.

Windshield and roof mouldings

1x 75531-35110 - MOULDING, WINDSHIELD, OUTER UPPER
1x 75548-35010 - FASTENER, WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING, RH
1x 75549-35010 - FASTENER, WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING, LH
1x 75533-35050 - MOULDING, WINDSHIELD, OUTSIDE RH
1x 75534-35030 - MOULDING, WINDSHIELD, OUTSIDE LH
2x 75557-35010 - MOULDING, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH, CENTER NO.2, RH/LH
1x 75553-35010 - MOULDING, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH, REAR, RH
1x 75554-35010 - MOULDING, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH, REAR, LH
2x 75561-60030 - CLIP, ROOF DRIP SIDE FINISH MOULDING
All of these seem to be parts for 2006-2009 according to online shops. Did they fit your 2003 ok?
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You don't need new ones! I had the same issue. There is no glue or double sided tape needed. When I had my 4runner painted, I took it completely apart. With the roof rack off I did a test fit and they were tight. You don't have to take the roof rack off, only one side at a time. Slide the moldings in from the rear. The rear moldings behind the roof rack slide out. Get some dielectric grease or any non petroleum grease. Just clean out all the grooves in the channels (while your in there), and slide the moldings in under the bump outs in the channels in the roof.

Mine have been tight since I put it back together ( about 5 months ), and multiple car washes. They were installed from the factory with no tape or glue.
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Both of mine have been gone for a long time now... seems like this is quite a common thing to lose. Has anyone heard of leaking due to these being gone? Seems to be pretty well-sealed without them...

If I were to put new ones on, I'd probably use some silicone to ensure they don't fly away again.
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I don't have any leaks and just an open channel where those pieces go on my 2005
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I was searching through the forums, and this seemed to be the most related to the topic. I recently bought a used 5th gen 4Runner and noticed a piece was missing on the front windshield. Does anyone know what the part number is for the piece in question? The picture shows one side with the piece and the other without it.



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I was searching through the forums, and this seemed to be the most related to the topic. I recently bought a used 5th gen 4Runner and noticed a piece was missing on the front windshield. Does anyone know what the part number is for the piece in question? The picture shows one side with the piece and the other without it.



You would be better off and get better help from 5th Gen owners by posting in the 5th Gen forum section, this is the 4th Gen section.
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