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Problem #10313 Mar 24, 2:31pm Mar 24, 2:31pm
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I have a 2002 GT, and some of the rubber at the bottom of my window has started to erode. It looks like something got on there and started eating away at it. It's only in one spot and it feels bumpy in that spot when you touch it. I am thinking that some of the wax could have got on there. Does anybody know how I could fix this or where I should take it to get fixed? Thanks

Nathan

Re: Problem [Re: SLS_Celica] #10314 Mar 24, 3:05pm Mar 24, 3:05pm
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Ive kinda got the same problem the sun is doin it next time you wax your car make sure you wax the rubber also it will bring the color and shine back.


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