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Old 10-08-2013, 09:11 AM
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Another user asked today where this excellent thread can be updated by each person who replaces their windshield cover molding...

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Originally Posted by skylawrr View Post
Hey all, the rubber that wraps around the front windscreen of my 97 535i has badly deteriorated (please see attached pics)

There isnt any leaks ( has been water tested by me and mother nature herself )

My question is, is it a easy diy to replace this rubber ? Take out the old one ? Its really brittle and just place a new one in ? Without having to remove the windscreen ??
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