It’s a nice sunny afternoon. You’re out enjoying the weather, washing your C4 Corvette. After you’re done, you bask in the beauty of your glistening Corvette. But as it begins to dry, you notice the horrible condition of the original door window seals. Cracked and splitting, they make your dream machine look more like an aged Mazda. Not cool.
Fortunately, these ugly seals can be replaced. Installing new door window seals is a project that can be accomplished with some time and patience. The procedure actually looks more difficult than it really is, so be confident that you don’t have to be a Corvette mechanic to get the job done.
Follow along with our technical article 1984-1996 Corvette Door Outer Window Seal Replacement and we’ll guide you each step of the way. With easy step-by-step instructions and detailed pictures, you’ll have the job done in no time – about 30 minutes for each door, to be exact.
Along with your new C4 Corvette Door Window Seals from Zip, you’ll need some common hand tools, a pop-rivet gun (a relatively inexpensive tool found at your local auto store) and 3/16 aluminum rivets with a shank no longer than 3/8-inch.
That’s all you need.
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