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Where can I find replacement for front door seals, mine are not ripped off, but they became thin enough that they leak air at freeway speeds and tht drives me crazy. The sunroof is also the same, I tried to rest it in different positions, but no improvement, air still gets into the cabin. All these days I was getting rid of tht noise by pumping up the stereo volume, but not anymore. I am getting sick of it :mad:.

Is there anyway to seal them tight enough not to leak air inside the cabin??

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Ohhh no... I havent seen tht thread till now :eek:.... I am afraid I cant make it as I already have plans for tommorow :rolleyes:. I will miss it... too bad.

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Are you talking about rubber seals that fits into door opening of body?

As for sun roof the seal that goes around it I got a new one from IAP.
 

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I found universal door weatherstripping at JCWhitney (part# ZX819909N) with the following measurements-

Rubber thickness - 0.5in
Total thickness - 0.625in

Comes in a bundle of 20feet.

Do you guys think this will fit ours??

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I am using a passenger side seal on the drivers side. It works OK and easier to find a good used passenger side than a drivers side. I had to put a slit in the bottom at the center for drainage of the seal. When I fit the P/S into the D/S it put the slit in the wrong spot, hence having to cut a new slit in the proper place at the center bottom, otherwise water gets in the car. Doesn't seem like it should be necessary, but it was. The seal is marked (for the assembly worker) for the tightest corner (the upper rear one either side, the most acute angle) that it has to fit into, just place that tightest bend back into the upper rear corner and work it around. So the part of the seal (from the upper rear corner) that was upper horizontal (on P/S) will now be vertical down (on D/S) , if that makes any sense at all. ;) In other words, rotate the seal 180 degrees CW, what was upper left will now fit in the upper right on the D/S (facing the door, either side).
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Where can I find replacement for front door seals, mine are not ripped off, but they became thin enough that they leak air at freeway speeds and tht drives me crazy. The sunroof is also the same, I tried to rest it in different positions, but no improvement, air still gets into the cabin. All these days I was getting rid of tht noise by pumping up the stereo volume, but not anymore. I am getting sick of it :mad:.

Is there anyway to seal them tight enough not to leak air inside the cabin??

-Pavan
I have them in-stock. Drivers is out for at least 4 days. I have a bunch coming in.

Passenger side, no problem right now.
OE sunroof seal is N/A But I think universal will work

Jason
 
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