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Weather stripping on windshield

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In for answers as well, as mine are water spotted, and neither Back To Black, nor Aerospace 303, nor Gummi-Pfledge gets rid of it, at all. [:(]
 


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try flaxseed\lintseed oil, a good little trick to get trim back
 


bryramos

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it's looking a bit raggedy on Pimienta, my 2014 Tux black ST. Does this look like there's still some wear left in them? Easy to replace? Thank you for your help
Those are really easy to install. I replaced mine in 2018.

Part numbers are:
BE8Z-5403137-A (Windshield Molding, LEFT)
BE8Z-5403136-A (Windshield Molding, RIGHT)

They were $21.46 at Tasca Parts two years ago.
 


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This is great! Just yesterday I was just pointing out to my wife that I'll need to replace these soon.
 


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Sucks that the price has doubled in a couple of years.

When replacing these is there anything else to do aside from cleaning the area that is covered up?
 


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try flaxseed\lintseed oil, a good little trick to get trim back
I haven't heard of that, but I'd give it a shot.
Though I suspect that that hot mess just needs to be replaced.
 


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Sucks that the price has doubled in a couple of years.

When replacing these is there anything else to do aside from cleaning the area that is covered up?
Yeah the price is high now. In terms of prepping, you'll just need to brush and clean the area from the built up of dirt. Nothing else to do.
 


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Does anyone know if this part number would fit? Supposedly fits fiesta se and st (right moulding) BE8Z5403178A
 




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