Ford Roofrail Weatherstrip Passenger Side Coupe 2000-2004 Built After 10/12/1999

Ford: 3R3Z-6320556-AA
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Ford Roofrail Weatherstrip Passenger Side Coupe 2000-2004 Built After 10/12/1999
Ford Roofrail Weatherstrip Passenger Side Coupe 2000-2004 Built After 10/12/1999 Ford Roofrail Weatherstrip Passenger Side Coupe 2000-2004 Built After 10/12/1999 Ford Roofrail Weatherstrip Passenger Side Coupe 2000-2004 Built After 10/12/1999 Ford Roofrail Weatherstrip Passenger Side Coupe 2000-2004 Built After 10/12/1999 Play Ford Roofrail Weatherstrip Passenger Side Coupe 2000-2004 Built After 10/12/1999 Video 1
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Ford Passenger Side Roofrail Weatherstrip for all 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 Coupe Mustangs Built After October 12th, 1999.

Are you looking to replace your damaged or brittle Passenger Side Roofrail weatherstrip on your New Edge Mustang? If so you might be interested in this Passenger Side Roofrail Weatherstrip from Ford. This Ford Roofrail Weatherstrip is designed to be a factory replacement for all 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 Coupe Mustangs. Since this is an OEM Ford Part you know that the fit and finish is going to be identical to the original Weatherstrip.

This Ford Passenger Side Roofrail Weatherstrip is manufactured in the Ford Plant. The Ford rubber will provide a durable, tight perfect seal around the passenger side door glass of your 2000-2004 Mustang. The Roofrail Weatherstrip gets installed to the weatherstrip channel allowing it to be an easy installation. This Ford Passenger Side Roofrail weatherstrip provides a seal that will the common problem Mustang owners seem to face with the old original rubber.

Features:
- Fits 2000-2004 Coupe Mustangs
- OEM Ford Part
- Includes Mounting Clips
- Easy installation

Ford Part Number: 3R3Z-6320556-AA

The Ford Mustang consists of thousands of different parts. Throughout every generation of the car, the Ford Motor Company has made many of their Mustang parts internally, meaning if you're looking to replace a part on your Mustang, there's no better source than the OEM parts from Ford. CJ Pony Parts offers hundreds of parts from Ford for all years of Mustang, so you should have no problem finding exactly what you need.

Order a new Ford Passenger Side Roofrail Weatherstrip for your 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 Coupe Mustang Built After October 12th, 1999 from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fit perfectly! Product was great and fit perfectly. I'd recommend this to anyone that has old seals.
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Ford Roofrail Weatherstrip Passenger Side Coupe 2000-2004 Built After 10/12/1999 Video Transcript
By Bill Tumas: No matter what you drive, if you own it long enough chances are you're going to have to replace some weatherstripping. The weatherstripping's job is to keep air and water out of certain areas of the vehicle, particularly the interior. The problem is for the weatherstripping to work properly it has to be made of a soft rubber and over time that rubber can dry out, making the weatherstripping no longer functional.

On the SN95 Mustang one of the most common weatherstrip failures is going to be in the roof rail. The roof rail weatherstripping runs along the roof rail of your SN95 Mustang. When you close the door, your glass is going to rest up against it. When this starts to dry out or crack it's going to let air and water into your interior and make for a very unpleasant driving experience.

This is a very simple part to replace and today we're going to show you how. We're going to be installing OEM Ford weatherstrip, which makes the installation a lot easier since Ford is going to provide all the necessary clips needed for the installation itself. This is going to fit your 2000 through 2004 coupe, but '94 through '99 models are also available.

The roof rail weatherstrip is held in place by five clips here, one clip in the corner, and three more clips up front, along with a channel here and a channel across the roof rail itself. Honestly, you can just pull that out, but if some of the clips get stuck use a small pin removal tool to get them out.

I'm going through to make sure all the original clips are pulled out. I'm just going to make sure the channel is clear of any dirt, debris, or anything in there before we install the new weatherstrip. The weatherstrip is going to be nice and soft out of the box. If you're installing it in a cold climate in the wintertime though, try to put it out in the sun or even put it in the microwave for a few seconds just to warm it up. The softer it is, the easier it's going to be to install it into the channel here.

We're going to start by installing it up in the corner. This spike here is going to go right in that hole. You want to push in the center here to push the spike into place. You'll her it click in when you get it right. You want to basically work it down, just push it into the channel down here and install the five clips in the bottom of the door seal.

Now we're going to start working it in the channel up here. Don't worry if it doesn't go all the way in. You just want to get it as tight as you can and there's a trick to getting it all the way in that I'm going to show you in a second. When you get most of it in go down and put the front clips into place. This little edge here basically goes right up underneath the edge of the rail where the weatherstrip goes. Come back through and work it up in the channel as much as you can.

What you want to do is get in the car and put the window up. With the window up, push it the rest of the way in. Now go back through and make sure it's evenly pushed in across the entire rail. Repeat the process on the passenger side if you're replacing that as well and your installation is finished.

If your roof rail weatherstrip was bad, you're going to notice an immediate difference the first time you drive the car, especially the first time you drive it in the rain. As we said, the installation is very straightforward. It'll only take you a few minutes per side and you'll be back on the road in no time.