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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-04-2005, 02:08 PM Thread Starter
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Ahhh dangit! What do you guys think i should do?

get new corners or just take that dam puddle of water out of the corner and re-seal the corner with clear silicone? its just that one corner. maybe cuz i tried to pry it apart to paint but i quit on that that and thought it would be ok.
maybe i could let it dry and throw it in the oven to get that condensation off or something. what do you guys think i should do? buy a new set? or someone wanna sell me a drivers side clear corner for a 96+ mn12? hehehe



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You messed up my corners? Can't believe you
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mine did that too.. i traded for new ones
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reason seven thousand why i put oem parts on my car.
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My 97 OEM passenger side corner is doing the same thing.

Bought it new about two years ago.

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You messed up my corners? Can't believe you
hahah i told you i messed with them. it was the melted one you gave me that i worked on anyways..hmmm back to the drawing board

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just let them dry out and reseal them. Everybody complains that those clear corners have a condensation problem. IF you just seal them with silicone and tape up the connection areas with electrical tape, you wont get one drop of water inside them.

I havent seen any condensation since summer and thats when i put mine on.

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