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I am trying to replace the internal chrome to IE, the goalkeeper is located over the sausage.
The example door looks to have sealant next to the strip too. Never seen that.
Last picture. The under-strips are on upside down and riveted, not screwed. They need to go on with the slightly turned in side facing inside the car so the over-strip can be pressed over. You definitely have to clip them over at the glass side first, with the slightly turned out side of the under-strip facing that way, then press down on the trim side. Be careful as they will deform easily. Do not use a mallet.
It's a fairly firm snap fit and a complete pain to remove, with damage very likely, so fit them properly, once. Any burrs and kinks on the edges of the under-strip will prevent it seating and you may then be stuck with a half fitted strip. If you do need to remove them, use the thinnest, wide, springy scraper you can find, preferably a bit worn so you do not scratch and tear the metal. Try lifting just the edge of the over-strip to free it, but it will probably not give that way. Start at the back, using a pick to get it started if you have to and then work the scraper forward.