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I need to replace my trim on the outside of the side windows because it looks like crap. Other than the dealer does anyone know where I might find them I’m really not sure how the come off
 

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Here is window trim that I need replacement for does anyone know what it’s called so I can call some junkyards or parts houses and ask for the right thing
 

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Don't be surprised if dealer is the only place to get that and the price will likely be sky high.

They generally just snap on but commonly in a way that involves damage removing them. Have you tried something simple like wiping them down with say Armorall to clean and reshine them?
 

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Thanks AMC49. I’ve tried everything to no avail I was hoping someone would have a solution that I have not tried. I know going to the dealer is my very very last solution and I will just live with it before that. I might just spray paint them.
 

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Thanks AMC49. I’ve tried everything to no avail I was hoping someone would have a solution that I have not tried. I know going to the dealer is my very very last solution and I will just live with it before that. I might just spray paint them.
Try Solution Finish, it's a dye made for faded plastics. Wear gloves and tape the surrounding area.
 

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I need to replace my trim on the outside of the side windows because it looks like crap. Other than the dealer does anyone know where I might find them I’m really not sure how the come off
Thanks AMC49. I’ve tried everything to no avail I was hoping someone would have a solution that I have not tried. I know going to the dealer is my very very last solution and I will just live with it before that. I might just spray paint them.
Try Solution Finish, it's a dye made for faded plastics. Wear gloves and tape the surrounding area.
I'm having the same issue, been meaning to Plasti-Dip (Flexi-Dip) them.. procedure is similar to Solution Finish (which I'm considering trying out now, lol) I have all the plasti-dip and flexi-dip can's ready, I'm just lazy to do the project and taping off the area in this FL sun.
 
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