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    I've bought some rubbers for the DS Safari and managed to replace the door window seals and a couple of others. However, I can't work out how to remove and replace the white rubbers that seal against the bottom of the doors. Any suggestions?

    Also, can any one recommend a product for sealing between the sill and the body. There is a bead of some old sealant that is breaking down. The car is basically rust free and I'd like to keep it that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector Clouseau View Post
    I've bought some rubbers for the DS Safari and managed to replace the door window seals and a couple of others. However, I can't work out how to remove and replace the white rubbers that seal against the bottom of the doors. Any suggestions?

    Also, can any one recommend a product for sealing between the sill and the body. There is a bead of some old sealant that is breaking down. The car is basically rust free and I'd like to keep it that way.

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    Martin
    Hi Martin,

    The fixings for the stainless holder for that rubber are hiding under the trim, carefully lever the trim out and all will be revealed. . .



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    Awesome. Thanks Chris


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    Posidriv screw heads too - PZ0, PZ1 and PZ2 mostly and lots of them on a later D. Philips screwdriver bits will round out the heads, so don't use them when you see a Posidriv screw.

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    OK. Will do, David. Cheers

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