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Old 05-11-2023, 12:13 PM #1
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INNER weather strip keeps rolling down with window

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Searched high and low, canít find the answer. Everything I find details replacing the OUTER weather seal.

Recently bought a car from the hot south. Noticed that the INNER weather seal on the drivers window is very mailable and keeps getting caught in window and rolling down. Anyone know how to replace this thing? part number?

Help is greatly appreciated.
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You talking about the window felt at the bottom of the sill or the rest of the weatherstripping? Changing the window felts is easy. Dunno about the rest.
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It’s the rubber piece that is flush with the window. I’m pretty sure it’s part 68172-60080 Best I can tell it looks like taking the whole door panel off is the answer. Hoping it’s easier than that.

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Itís the rubber piece that is flush with the window. Iím pretty sure itís part 68172-60080 Best I can tell it looks like taking the whole door panel off is the answer. Hoping itís easier than that.
The inner door panel? Easy to remove. I've taken my off twice, once to install upgraded speakers, and second time to replace the window switch that I broke.
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Curious. Where in the south did you buy it ?
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Iím having the same issue and its weird cause it doesnít always happen. Seems to happen mostly when its hot out.
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Curious. Where in the south did you buy it ?
New Orleans
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Iím having the same issue and its weird cause it doesnít always happen. Seems to happen mostly when its hot out.
Iím glad Iím not the only one! Since Iíve had it it happens more and moreÖ also thinking itís because of the heat.
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In conclusion part 68172-60080 was the correct one. Indeed taking off the door panel was the way to get to it and this video helped immensely getting the panel off: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZ3D5uMHDk4. Looks like the felt had started to wear off exposing the rubber, in turn catching on the window when it warmed up. Easy fix.
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