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Windshield rubber trim pieces

What is this rubber piece called (or even better a part number) and where can I get new ones? As you can see, mine are starting to crumble apart on both sides.
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They're called windshield reveal moldings. Would try various General Motors online parts resale websites and eBay. 92212085 (right) 92212084 (left). Surprisingly, the price is reasonable i.e. both for around $30. Good luck

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RockAuto has them for ~$13. Don't forget to use the 5% off coupon. Also be careful as excessive bending can break them in half.

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How hard are they to R&R? Mine are nasty also.



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If memory stands correct, slide the old out and the new in place.

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What is this rubber piece called (or even better a part number) and where can I get new ones? As you can see, mine are starting to crumble apart on both sides.
Removal is simple - start at the bottom by gently prying out and just slide out. reverse process for replacement - top in and press in the rest. The bottom has the locking tab. Takes about 3 minutes total. I'd buy the OEM units - others may not be same material. Just my opinion.

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I did this a few weeks ago and one of the sides arrived broken. It's a rubber piece ovemolded onto a plastic spine that isn't too strong. They sent me a new one, on problems. Was one of the GM internet parts places.

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