rear door seal

rear door seal

Postby Astro - Ed [OP] » October 18th 2009, 5:54pm

Is there anyone who knows where i can buy the door seals from the rear doors ?
I tryed all the part shops on the internet but they have only seals for the front and slide door.
Hope anyone can help me out.
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Re: rear door seal

Postby Munken » October 18th 2009, 6:33pm

I got this from Matrixx when I asked about rubber. :dance:

This might help:
http://www.metrommp.com/

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Re: rear door seal

Postby Astro - Ed [OP] » October 19th 2009, 7:31pm

Thanks Munken
But i already looked at their site and as far as i can see they only have seals for the front and slide doors.
The ones i need are in the rear doors self , they are different in shape and have thick corners .

PS Great paintjob you make ,so if you get bored some day my van needs new paint :lol: :lol:
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Re: rear door seal

Postby Munken » October 20th 2009, 5:42pm

Astro - Ed wrote:Thanks Munken
But i already looked at their site and as far as i can see they only have seals for the front and slide doors.
The ones i need are in the rear doors self , they are different in shape and have thick corners .

PS Great paintjob you make ,so if you get bored some day my van needs new paint :lol: :lol:



Would love to help you with paint, but I do not even have time to be bored. :shifty:

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Re: rear door seal

Postby earlman » October 22nd 2009, 7:08pm

Some years ago, I saw J.C. Whitney used to sell all the replacement gaskets for those Dutch doors. Now, all they sell are the mudflaps with naked women, and other JUNK I don't need.

I need the gaskets for my Dutch Doors on my 1997 Safari. They leak so bad, I havent gotten my van washed in over a year. Anybody got any ideas where I can get "THE CORRECT" gaskets for those doors other than bending over at my local dealership?
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Re: rear door seal

Postby gwd » October 26th 2009, 2:40am

Try to find a scrap model at scrap yard.
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Re: rear door seal

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Re: rear door seal

Postby sfeaver » October 27th 2009, 4:37am

The seals you are looking for are 15046999 and 15047000.

Here is where I ordered them from. 83 and 121 bucks.
http://www.trademotion.com/partlocator/ ... eid=214632

Ultimately after replaceing all the rear seals, I drilled two 5/16 holes and allowed the water to drain. Just a piss poor gm design.

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Re: rear door seal

Postby olalof » October 27th 2009, 11:35am

Ultimately after replaceing all the rear seals, I drilled two 5/16 holes and allowed the water to drain. Just a piss poor gm design.


Where did you drill the holes?


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Re: rear door seal

Postby Astro - Ed [OP] » October 27th 2009, 10:30pm

sfeaver wrote:The seals you are looking for are 15046999 and 15047000.

Here is where I ordered them from. 83 and 121 bucks.
http://www.trademotion.com/partlocator/ ... eid=214632

Ultimately after replaceing all the rear seals, I drilled two 5/16 holes and allowed the water to drain. Just a piss poor gm design.

Scott

Thanks , now i have to find out how to get them in holland , hope they do international shipping. :banana:
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Re: rear door seal

Postby sfeaver » October 28th 2009, 12:31am

I'll have to take a picture when the sun is out tomorrow. Basically just to the right and left of where the plastic trim ends on each side. There is a slightly low spot, and that allows the water to drain through instead of pool up there. Even with new seals I couldnt get it to not leak. Also silicone up that trim piece so water cant get in.

A picture will show it better though :) And to be honest, I think drilling those holes is a crap way to fix it. But after changing everything its just a lousy design, and since almost everyones van leaks, its just the way it is. Searching on the internet you'll find reports with new vans leaking and leaking, mine probably did but didnt notice until years later. The holes work! hehe

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Re: rear door seal

Postby olalof » October 28th 2009, 9:54am

Thanks , now i have to find out how to get them in holland , hope they do international shipping.


They do.
I contacted them and it would be $65 to sweden for the pair.
Holland is probably the same.
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Re: rear door seal

Postby Astro - Ed [OP] » October 28th 2009, 5:39pm

olalof wrote:
Thanks , now i have to find out how to get them in holland , hope they do international shipping.


They do.
I contacted them and it would be $65 to sweden for the pair.
Holland is probably the same.

Thank you very much . :ty:
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Re: rear door seal

Postby sfeaver » October 29th 2009, 10:03pm

Heres the pictures :)

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Re: rear door seal

Postby olalof » October 30th 2009, 8:05am

Thanks!
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Re: rear door seal

Postby Astro - Ed [OP] » January 10th 2010, 5:06pm

does anyone know if there is a difference between a 1991 and a 1995 weatherstrip for the normal back doors ?
I was at the point of ordering them but when i accidentally gave the wrong year i saw a huge price difference.
For my 91 they ask $ 119.11 and $ 157.15 and for a 95 its $ 63.35 and $ 83.35 .
I thought they just changed the front of the 1995 vans ( i hope so ) and that the back was the same.


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Re: rear door seal

Postby mobjack68 » May 20th 2014, 5:30pm

Stumbled on you guys looking for rear door seals also...
Did not realize my rear was leaking (hence the funny looks from old ladies in church) and when I did, the insulation was unsalvageable. Decided to replace carpet at that point...LEAKS!!!
I like Scott's idea about drilling holes, but here's what I'm thinking...
When I put the new carpet in place, I used clear packing tape and covered the edge of the carpet and taped that to the door sill...the floor, ran the tape up about 6 inches on both sides. The water ran down, but was unable to get to the carpet because of the tape.
Haven't finished yet, intention is to create a physical barrier at the door to prevent the water from getting to the carpet...and I'm thinking the trim will cover a piece of tape...
or use something waterproof from a squirt tube to seal the edge of the carpet and then cover with the trim....
I hate to pay $200-300 for new seals, only to find out they won't do the job....
thoughts????
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