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How do you install a gasket on the trunk of your 99 Honda civic?

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2014-09-18 00:21:22
2014-09-18 00:21:22

The trunk does not use a gasket, instead it has weather stripping. To replace the weatherstripping remove the old part and scrape off the adhesive. Slide on the new the weatherstripping and use some water proof gasket sealer to ensure there will be no leaks.

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