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Rear Window Rubber Seal for 2002 C4 Cab

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The rubber seals that sit on the leading edge of the rear window and seal the gap between rear/front window are old and starting to tear.  I'd like to replace both the driver and passenger side seals(?) or gaskets(?) ... whatever they are called.  I've not been able to identify these in any of the parts catalogs I've gone through.  


Is this something you can help me identify a part number for?


Thank you,


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List Price is just south of $45 US


996.543.615.03 Driver's Side


996.543.615.03 Passenger's Side




Part #2 Below

The seals are bonded to the rear windows. You pull them off to remove and then scrape off any glue residue, and then stick the new ones back on using a Super Glue like Loctite 480.



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I just ordered the "B-Pillar Gaskets" for my '01. 


Found this Cyanoacrylate as a substitute for the Loctite 480: Bob Smith Industries IC-2000 Black Rubber Toughened CA



Confirmation today from BSI: "Yes, the IC-2000 can be used as a substitute for the 480."


Found a terrific PDF with moment-by-moment DIY documentation on a 997 Cab:  http://www.renntech.org/forums/topic/22332-cabrio-rear-window-seals/

In an older thread: http://www.renntech.org/forums/topic/22332-cabrio-rear-window-seals/

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