Len,Everytime I open the trunk, the seal moves or comes loose, especially around the gas cap. Is there some kind of sticky stuff I can apply to keep it stable?
I agree with Andrew. 3M yellow or black will work. The geometry of the lid closure makes this rather vexing if everything isn't just right. The lid edge at the bottom and as Len learned around the gas cap (the frame in his case) can cause the rubber to roll and release if it's just not quite right aligned right and at the bottom, once the lip nudges the rubber out of kilter a tiny bit it gets to be a PITA to get it to stay put as the interference pulls at the glue. Once the gasket gets the nudge, it becomes worse as the lid cycles up and down.. kinda like having the tip of your shoe sole separate when we were kids. I for years had to roll the rubber back with my finger tips out of the way to keep the bottom section of rubber from rolling down off it's glued place when I closed the lid slowly. I finally cured the problem with more glue to set the gasket in place... and curing the two surfaces to make it stick.The yellow 3M weatherstripping glue won't hold it? It works sort of like rubber cement, put a bead on each piece, let it set, press together? It has worked for 15+ years on my Super's trunk seal, which seems like similar rubber. I will be facing this soon on my Normale's trunk.