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  1. Anyone have trim blow off their van?

    5th. Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2008-2019
    I have a 2015 Dodge Grand Caravan. I was on the expressway the other day when I noticed a buzzing sound coming from the passenger door area. A day later, I was on the expressway when I heard a snap, then a nasty buzzing sound. Pulling over I discovered the plastic trim on the door rear of the...
  2. Interior Door Panel Reinstallation Problem

    4th. Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    Hi I did a successful repair on my van's driver side front door window motor today, but in the process of fixing one thing, I caused another problem that I could use some advice on how to resolve. With the trim panel reinstalled, the interior door lever binds. It unlatches the door fine, but...
  3. How to pull C pillar trim for vent window aka quarter window replacement?

    5th. Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2008-2019
    As the title suggests, I'm trying to replace the passenger side rear vent/quarter window. My wife had a run-in with auto-start, power locks and an infant in the car. For van vs. car you can bet on my wife anytime. She yanked that window right out, breaking the regulator motor and shattering the...
  4. Trying to order more trim retaining clips

    3rd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1996-2000
    Hello all! 1st post. Spent 10 minute searching to no avail so here goes. I am removing most of my trim strips in order to sound deaden my 97 LXi. Many of the metal retaining strips are totally rusted and falling apart. I would like to replace them with new ones but don't know where to find...
  5. Help restoring faded gray plastic trim & bumper

    Auto Rustproofing, Corrosion Protection, General L
    Help restoring faded gray plastic trim & bumper.
  6. Non Marring Trim sticks.. aka Fibersticks.

    TECH TIPS
    These are what we use in plant. They are marked Americo 313-565-6550 on one side, and a part number 1120-25 on the other. The large white one on the left is unmarked. Whenever you see a trim stick used in pictoral directions this is what they mean.. I prefer the two on the right, with the...
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