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Old 06-13-2013, 04:08 AM   #1
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weather stripping question

Has anyone had problems with weather stripping not sticking to the windows? The small rear windows in back, between the rear window and passenger rear door windows is starting to peel on mine. It really looks and feel as though there was nothing was even on it in the first place. I never noticed it until I was gassing up tonight. I only have about 1200 miles on the car. I figured just go back to the dealership and have them take care of it since I just got it? I was just there today because I noticed my steering was a little funky, didn't feel like it was aligned...turned out that the front toe and front camber were out of spec. are any of these common problems with the newer focuses? Mine is a 2013


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Has anyone had problems with weather stripping not sticking to the windows? The small rear windows in back, between the rear window and passenger rear door windows is starting to peel on mine. It really looks and feel as though there was nothing was even on it in the first place. I never noticed it until I was gassing up tonight. I only have about 1200 miles on the car. I figured just go back to the dealership and have them take care of it...
This is a great idea, tru88! Your dealership will be happy to help you out. I can also assist by getting this concern in front of your regional customer service manager. Shoot me a PM with your details and I'll make it happen. All I need to get started is your VIN, dealer, mileage, daytime phone number, and full name.

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Okay, I'll see how it goes, I scheduled an appointment for Monday. I went In There the other day because my steering felt a little off and they said the camber and stuff were off, so they took care of it no problem. So so far they've been good with trying to get things taken care of. Just wish they would have noticed that too, since I was in there yesterday
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