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I am aware that corrosion and/or a reaction between two different materials can cause the rubber trim pieces at the base of the windows to "bubble" up.

I need to replace the driver's side rear trim. Where can I find replacement trim?

FYI: I tried searching the forums before posting this question for hours to no avail.
 

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Thanks Paul for your reply. I'm attaching a (bad) picture that my roommate took with his fancy smartphone. And he took a picture of the wrong side. This trim piece isn't as bad as the one I *really* want to replace.

The item in question is the black rubber trim piece that sits at the base of my driver's side rear window.

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