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      02-09-2013, 03:56 PM   #1
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Window strip on rear window e90

When I open my boot the plastic strip at the ottom is hanging off the edge of the windscreen - what can I use to stick it again?
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      02-09-2013, 06:04 PM   #2
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Mine does that!!! Ive yet to do anything about it though! Id just try a couple of dots of superglue to be honest!
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Try a good brand of the gel type superglue. I found the cheap china brands a waste of time...
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Looks like a common fault - mine does it too!
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Try a good brand of the gel type superglue. I found the cheap china brands a waste of time...
Thanks bought some Loctite gel yesterday will try it tomorrow.
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Same here. Bastard thing. One of the previous owners has attempted to use guttering adhesive. It hasn't worked at all.
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My parts guy at BMW told me a new one wont make any difference if anyone else is thinking about replacing it!

Let us know how you get on with this loctite gel mate id get some if it works!
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Just used silicone to glue mine back on.
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Loctite gel seems to of done the done the trick will check back in two weeks to see if it has still stuck on!
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Thanks for the tips. I've had the same problem.
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      02-16-2013, 07:03 PM   #11
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Watch out and sort it well.

I went in for a normal service to find that the wires had been wrecked due to the loose rubber. Cost a bomb. Not sure what they used.
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i was going to run a small bead of black silicone on mine and then prop tight in place for a good couple of hours to set.
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