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Bagpuss12

Can These Be Reattached And If So, How??

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My wife has a 2003 Ford FIesta 1.4i Ghia. She is experiencing an issue with the black plastic strips that are fitted between the door pillars separating the F/O/S and R/O/S doors. They have come unstuck and now flap like nothing in the wind when on the motorway. I went to Ford who stated that these cannot be repaired and need to be replaced in their entirety?

Is there a way to repair these before they snap off completely?

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You could use some 3M double sided tape and some No-Nails .

When they break the tabs fail which they are clipped in by then the sealant starts to break down , if you looking for a cheap fix then go for the 3M and sealant.

They're not too expensive to replace though

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Better just to replace them mate it tried glueing mine back on with platic glue which is good stuff I use for my work and they just came off again. Cheap enough to replace and you can easily fit the New ones yourself

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Does this part come with the required attachement bits or are these just the replacement pillars? My pillars are ok just need sticking back on?

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Those ones will just clip right on

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They're usually clip on.

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