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    Default Front window trim molding

    Long time lurker and first post.

    There is alot of useful information on this site but can not seem to find information on the front window molding. I got my 2005 ext cab silverado z71 about 4 months ago and love it so far. When i got it everything was pretty solid, well last month i was traveling down the highway and I heard a rattle coming from the front, shrugged it off until i got home. Inspected everything and it was solid, did not even think to check the window molding. Now The passenger side window molding is loose and god forsaken me, i can not figure how to get the thing to stop rattling. Can someone please tell me what i have to do, to cure this problem. any assistance is appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    Welcome to the site! I'm not sure I know exactly which molding you are haveing problems with. I'll look at mine later today and see if I can figure it out. Meanwhile someone else may have an answer for you. Good luck!


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    Thank you. it is the passenger side front trim molding on the windshield.

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    would some 3M double sided tape (foam tape) work???


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    Quote Originally Posted by beakerss View Post
    Thank you. it is the passenger side front trim molding on the windshield.
    A picture would help. Drag out the camera phone and upload it to the site.

    RTV silicone is always a good bet around the windshield.
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    I did see a post about the bug shield and i am going to try that in the afternoon. I do thank you for the help. I am going to try with the rtv first and pray to god that works.

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