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Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual: Rear Side Door Weatherstrip Replacement - Body Side

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Rear Side Door Weatherstrip Replacement - Body Side

Callout

Component Name

Preliminary Procedures

  1. Remove the upper center pillar trim. Refer to Center Pillar Upper Trim Panel Replacement.
  2. Remove the lower center pillar trim. Refer to Center Pillar Lower Trim Panel Replacement
  3. Remove the carpet retainer. Refer to Rear Side Door Opening Floor Carpet Retainer Replacement.

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Rear Side Door Weatherstrip Body Side

Procedure

  1. Starting in the center bottom of the weatherstrip, pull the weatherstrip upward and away from the pinch-weld flange.
  2. Start in the center bottom of the pinch-weld flange.
  3. Ensure that the weatherstrip and retainers are fully seated on the flange before installing the front carpet retainer.
  4. Inspect the door for proper operation.
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