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Old 17 Nov 2006, 10:11 pm   #1 (permalink)
beachgirl
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hi everyone, i just got my first car!!!!!!! its a 1985 camry. it's a four
door in really good shape, but the trunk gets leaky and stinky when it rains
:Q

my brother's friend said that it needs a new weatherstripe (i think that's
what he called it anyways) but he can't find one. does any one out there
know where i can get one?


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Old 20 Nov 2006, 06:51 am   #2 (permalink)
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beachgirl wrote:
> hi everyone, i just got my first car!!!!!!! its a 1985 camry. it's a four
> door in really good shape, but the trunk gets leaky and stinky when it rains
> :Q
>
> my brother's friend said that it needs a new weatherstripe (i think that's
> what he called it anyways) but he can't find one. does any one out there
> know where i can get one?



Get in the trunk.

Don't think about the guy that got the ride in the trunk in Jackie
Brown.

look for light leaks

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Old 30 Nov 2006, 01:21 pm   #3 (permalink)
Stuuder
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As wp51 said, check tail lights for water leakage into the trunk, pull
the mat up and you may see water.....

beachgirl wrote:
> hi everyone, i just got my first car!!!!!!! its a 1985 camry. it's a four
> door in really good shape, but the trunk gets leaky and stinky when it rains
> :Q
>
> my brother's friend said that it needs a new weatherstripe (i think that's
> what he called it anyways) but he can't find one. does any one out there
> know where i can get one?
>
>
>

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