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Old 05-20-2018, 07:14 AM
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Does anyone know the part numbers for the above? I may need to replace mine, and then ones I see listed for sale online and at the parts store all have the wrong kind of connector. The one on my car has a kind of rounded edge on it, and I believe there's only one receptacle

My car is a 2008 Sebring convertible, and I'm having the usual problem with water seeping into the control, which seeps in from the window every time it rains, and renders the control useless.
 
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Old 05-20-2018, 04:20 PM
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Originally Posted by pmbergin View Post
Does anyone know the part numbers for the above? I may need to replace mine, and then ones I see listed for sale online and at the parts store all have the wrong kind of connector. The one on my car has a kind of rounded edge on it, and I believe there's only one receptacle

My car is a 2008 Sebring convertible, and I'm having the usual problem with water seeping into the control, which seeps in from the window every time it rains, and renders the control useless.
I can't help you with the part number, but why not have the door seal replaced if water is coming in when it rains?? Cheap and easy fix.
 
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Old 05-20-2018, 07:57 PM
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No real point in continually replacing the switch without eliminating the cause of the failure. And there's no need for a part number. Aftermarket part suppliers have their own numbers, dealers already know the number and junkyards don't use part numbers.
 

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My 04 Intrepid had a door seal leak, and no replacement was available, except junkyards.
I noticed that the seal was hollow, and only had foam plugs at the bends in it to help keep the corners from going flat.
I bought 3/8 inch silicon rubber tubing and carefully cut with a razor at the corners to remove the foam (They just popped out.)
Then I slid the tubing inside the seal and resealed the corners I had cut open with black silicon seal.
I used silicon lubricant to help the tubing slide thru the seal.

After that, the door sealed as good as new, and the interior of the car was even quieter.
It took just a little more effort to close the doors after that,( not a lot) so the seal was very tight. No chance of a leak at all, probably not even underwater.. :P
 

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