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does anyone knows which workshop replace car door rubber seal? and est  how much? i am not referring to those add-on silent rubber seal...but the existing car doors rubber seals.. thanks

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Buy from stockist and replace yourself. It’s easy.

 

I did it for my Swift, the rubber seal was torn.

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Buy from stockist and replace yourself. It’s easy.

 

I did it for my Swift, the rubber seal was torn.

can share which shop and how much?

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can share which shop and how much?

What car you driving? Different brand different stockist.

 

Mine was $40+ for driver door if I remembered correctly.

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What car you driving? Different brand different stockist.

 

Mine was $40+ for driver door if I remembered correctly.

old model toyota sienta. 10 year car... dont know whether got stock or not.. 

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old model toyota sienta. 10 year car... dont know whether got stock or not..

Mine also COE swift.

 

Toyota parts easiest to find, try different stockist sure have.

 

Take a photo of the part and show to the stockist. They can find.

 

The stockist are here:

 

http://www.autoparts.com.sg/members.asp

 

Search for Toyota.

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Mine also COE swift.

 

Toyota parts easiest to find, try different stockist sure have.

 

Take a photo of the part and show to the stockist. They can find.

 

The stockist are here:

 

http://www.autoparts.com.sg/members.asp

 

Search for Toyota.

 

Thank alot bro. 

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Thank alot bro.

No problem bro but probably have to try next week. Most of them are closed this week for CNY.

 

There’s a Toyota stockist here at MCF called Transglobal, you can msg them.

 

Else there’s Ric Tat at Rangoon road.

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Thank alot bro.

Try to get the chassis number, Year of made etc ready before you call them. these people are very specific, at times they may ask for it so that they could get you the correct part.
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Rubber door seal is easy to replace. Just pull out old one and push in new one round the opening that's it.

 

No need go workshop. 

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Yah can go online buy. Got few different type of rubber seal, find the one similar to urs.

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Juz apply rubber conditioner on door seal

Cracked... apply conditioner also no use

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Cracked... apply conditioner also no use

 

 

maybe he is referring to the new seals u going to get and replace. apply some conditioner on it before install.

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hi, any panel shop has the correct tools for removing and refitting of door seals.

does anyone knows which workshop replace car door rubber seal? and est  how much? i am not referring to those add-on silent rubber seal...but the existing car doors rubber seals.. thanks

 

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hi, any panel shop has the correct tools for removing and refitting of door seals.

 

DIY using hand... if you go workshop, they usually use hand also.

 

Even in factory (if you watch the car factory videos), door seals are inserted by hand

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DIY using hand... if you go workshop, they usually use hand also.

 

Even in factory (if you watch the car factory videos), door seals are inserted by hand

I saw robot putting on door seal in those videos, faster than I can type this reply
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