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2009 Silverado Door Seal Rusting?


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Hi;

The lower part of the drivers side door seal on my new truck is full of rust. There is a metal insert in the seal that holds it together and it's completely rusted awayand now the seal is sagging. The passenger side is ok. This is the first winter for this truck and there is appox. 13000km on it. I really hope the rest of the truck won't rust like this. Anyone else have this problem???

Thanks.

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Bringing this thread back from the dead. On my 09 Sierra I just noticed this problem with a tear in the weatherstripping on the two front doors and the metal strip inside is all rusted. The back doo

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Yeah,We've seen,and replaced,a few here at the dealership for this issue.

As a matter of fact I have to replace the drivers side one on our parts truck,I forgot about it 'til now :banghead:

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Hi;

Thanks for the replies. I called the dealer and they said they haven't seen this problem on the '09s but has seen it on some others. I have to take it to them so they can look at it.

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