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marilynmichael

glue for aluminum door sills on Cayenne

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I have a 2004 Cayenne S. Moved to Florida a few months ago and everyone of the aluminum door sills (the lighted 'Cayenne' things) has come lose. They are held to the car using some plastic holders which attach--with glue?--to the aluminum sills. The glue has melted or something.

I have not been able to find a glue that will re-attach (and hold) the plastic 'things' back to the aluminum.

Any help with this would be most appreciated!

Michael

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Thanks Loren. When I look at them, I don't see any kind of tape residue though. I've tried the usual 'gorilla glue' and things of this sort. I didn't know if you had to get some kind of special glue --- example--the glue that holds on the rear view mirror to the windshield.

Michael

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Loren is correct, it is a double sided tape similar to the kind 3M sells at autobody supply shops for attaching trim.

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