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Old 04-30-2016, 06:58 PM   #1
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Windshield seal on a 2005 Bounder

The outer rubber windshield seal on our newly acquired 2005 Bounder is not seated well and coming off. The previous owner says he had never had the windshield replaced but he had to take it in to have this seal reattached every couple of years. It looks like I could poke it back in with some black silicon adhesive (or something else?). Fortunately there have been no leaks.

Is this a common problem with these units? Any advice before I dive into this?


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Old 04-30-2016, 07:50 PM   #2
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Be interested in what you find I have a 2005 expedition that the seal has separated at the top right corner of the wind shield...I think the heat from setting out in the sun caused this..GlenB

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Here's what I have learned and where I'm headed. The shop that reseated the rubber seal in the past tells me to use urethane windshield adhesive if I want to do the job myself. I picked some up at a local O'Reilly Automotive, along with a caulking gun, and I'm ready to go. This weekend I plan to remove the rubber strip, clean it off with denatured alcohol and stick it back on with my urethane. We'll see how it goes.

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