- Thu Dec 27, 2018 4:11 am
EconoBox wrote:It's the seal in the window diagram.
It's called run channel.
Driver side part number: 72275-SR0-A00 retail price $105.42
Passenger side part number: 72235-SR0-A00 retail price $90.83
Local dealer may tell you the right (passenger) is no longer available but they can order through Vintage Parts and it should take them about a week to get. Left is readily available. If they aren't any help PM me I work at a Honda dealer in Florida in the parts department and I can get it for sure.
That part number for the window run channel is the exact part I replaced today- the pic with the tiny tear in the corner of it is the new one I had ordered. There is still a torn piece above that one- the second pic, where I am holding the window run channel in my hand- there is a thin piece still on the top of the door- that piece is torn pretty bad and is what I need to replace next. Once the window run channel is removed, there are still two pieces of rubber along the top edge of the door- one is the poofy weather strip and the other is a much thinner piece that wraps over the top edge of the door and ended up overlapping the window run channel as well a tiny bit. It's this thinner rubber I need, not the big around-the-door weather strip, but the thin piece that wraps over the very top edge.
Here are a couple other pics that might be helpful, maybe?
Part #7 is what I installed today.
Maybe the Outer Weatherstrip is what I need?
Number 9 looks like the weatherstrip, part 72310-SR3-003. However, my repair manual specifies and inner and outer weatherstrip, but this diagram only shows one piece? That's what made me think it could be the Subseal, #11 in the diagram.
I'm sorry if I'm overthinking this- I'm a bit OCD and like to fully understand something before I try to do it (it has it's downfalls, but also usually gets better results!).