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Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual: Front Side Door Weatherstrip Replacement - Body Side

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Front Side Door Weatherstrip - Body Side

Front Side Door Weatherstrip - Body Side

Procedure

  1. Start at the rear upper corner of the door opening and pull the weatherstrip away from   the door opening flange.
  2. Position the weatherstrip in the upper corner of the center pillar.
  3. Working downward along the front edge, install the weatherstrip on the door opening flange ensuring that the carrier is fully seated in the corners.
  4. Using a rubber mallet, ensure that the weatherstrip is seated on the entire door opening flange.
Front Side Door Weatherstrip Replacement - Door Side
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Installation Procedure
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