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Old 06-14-2018, 07:56 AM   #1
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Default Repairing damaged rear window in 2009 T22

Beginners "mistake": I closed my 2009 T22 with the rear window open and now need to replace the bottom exterior window molding/frame. Has anyone been through this mishap? No broken parts- just badly bent exterior molding. Were you able to repair using an auto body shop or can the part be ordered somewhere??? Where????

Is this post the "best" place to get the word out to others who may have experienced this problem? You may call me (Bill) at 208.859.8664 if that speeds up the process of getting an answer.

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Beginners "mistake": I closed my 2009 T22 with the rear window open and now need to replace the bottom exterior window molding/frame. Has anyone been through this mishap? No broken parts- just badly bent exterior molding. Were you able to repair using an auto body shop or can the part be ordered somewhere??? Where????

Is this post the "best" place to get the word out to others who may have experienced this problem? You may call me (Bill) at 208.859.8664 if that speeds up the process of getting an answer.

Thanks in advance,

Newbie in Idaho
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Use the checklist below and add as necessary.

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