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Old 07-07-2010, 06:44 PM
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Rubber black outside window seal/trim??

I'm new to the prelude-being that I just got it a couple weeks ago-and I noticed that when I put up my passenger side window, it doesnt close all the way because of the rubber strip thats on the upper outside of the window. It rolls in? Or comes up as the window does. And I know it has to be replaced.

How do I take it off and replace it? And where could I get a new one at?

I'm in the bay area.
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Re: Rubber black outside window seal/trim??

EXT: 5th gen - Repainting lower window trim ?
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Old 07-07-2010, 06:53 PM
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Re: Rubber black outside window seal/trim??

Not that bottom part. I need info on the upper part where the window meets the top of the door.

http://i688.photobucket.com/albums/v...jay/trim-1.jpg

anything on that?
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Re: Rubber black outside window seal/trim??

Ohh, I don't know, try to look in the DIY section maybe.
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Re: Rubber black outside window seal/trim??

umm is it something in this pic?

Got this pic from hondapartsnow.com under body/airconditioning -> door pannel
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Re: Rubber black outside window seal/trim??

go to this forum page: Interior Refurb Project

there is a link in there and info about the door sill you are asking about.
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Re: Rubber black outside window seal/trim??

Hi i am new here, but this is the info i was looking for. Thanks
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Re: Rubber black outside window seal/trim??

@Ludey i cant really see the picture that well because its super small haha, but if i had to take a guess it'd be parts 5/7?

@lilmsprelude i've been on that thread and that website that it supplies and i still dont know what part they mean-same as the person who asked on the thread.
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sorry man best pic i could get. u can get on that website i was talking bout tho. hondapartsnow.com its under body/airconditioning --> door pannel
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Re: Rubber black outside window seal/trim??

I'm having the same problem.
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Re: Rubber black outside window seal/trim??

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Re: Rubber black outside window seal/trim??

I have the same problem also, the rubber trims or whatever they are on the driver side door slows the shtt out of my window going up, and the top part of the trim is a little off or bent so it doesn't wind up all the way sealed shut, and a little air gets in unless i shove it up there while holding the up button. Do i really have to buy new trim pieces or whatever, or can i take em off and put them back on straight, And how do i secure them back on if i pull them off, with adhesive or something?

Sorry for so many questions, but I just want my prelude in the best co ndition I can get it with a college kids budget... Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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