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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-01-2006, 04:08 PM Thread Starter
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replacing sunroof gasket

How should I go about replacing my sunroof gasket? Which kind should I get and stuff. Sorry I have so many posts...a lot of stuff needs to get fixed..
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ford only , and its not cheap , pn f4sz.6351884.a msrp is 209.70 , ands glued/stapled on .

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You got to be kidding me? No place else carries the gasket? That sucks rice burners!
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trust me even with my dealer employee discount , i looked, its wasnt that much cheaper to me

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Is it a pain in the arse to do?
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ill let you know in a week, i have never put mine on my car but will soon

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Check out the threads in this search....

http://www.sccoa.com/forums/search.php?searchid=367094

Webasto makes the sunroff, and offers the seals for a much lower price

Here's one post from the search results

"Webasto's aftermarket division still sells replacement rubber gaskets that fit our sunroof. 1-800-860-7866 is the number for their order desk. Tell them it is the Starlite 6 gasket #S1286-D5010A. That may be the OE number so they will cross reference it for the aftermarket rubber one. While you are at it, it is well worth it to replace the lifter arms at the same time. S1289-W-3000A and S1289-W-3001A are the two numbers for those. They were $9 and change each and fixed the rattle I had every time I hit a bump."

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Mine doesn't rattle, yet! It doesn't work right! But it leaks like Niagra falls in the rain. It pulled apart at the gasket ends on the passenger side of the car. My whole interior gets wet when it rains. I have to put plastic over it when it rains. It sucks!http://www.sccoa.com/forums/search.php?searchid=367094 is not working.
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Just do search over there using the term "webasto"


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Does webasto have a web site? I'll search for it.
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