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Originally Posted by aalbs
It's plastic trim half way down the door and I have no idea what kind of clips it has.
Originally Posted by Chris's FX4
Hmmm, I know what trim you're talking about but I can't figure out why it would bleed so much. I doubt Chevy has metal clips back there.
I'm thinking there are plastic clips back there mounted in holes on the door panel. Maybe the edge of the holes are rusting out behind the moulding?
Originally Posted by Avi@CarPro
exactly.. thats why its bleeding so much..
after you'v rinse it .. blow air there as much as you can.. it will dry the area.
you should seal it though somehow , if you can.
empathetic towards your bleeding situation,
-I must say Thank You!! OP
for this thread.
-Goes to show that there could be hidden-issues lurking behind
a vehicle's trim-pieces---regardless of their materials' make-up. IMO...
Stoppage of this bleeding has become a royal
You really need to remove this particular bloody trim-piece
for further inspection...remediation if needed---for rust, or otherwise. Just think...Since you used
a decon-system, like Iron-X's, your vehicle has had
noticable bleeding---in particular: a trim piece that's still hemorrhaging many hours later...
as though stricken with the "Royal Disease"
-Have GM's vendors been guilty of in-breeding trim pieces?!?!
(If so..Is it anywhere close to the alleged in-breeding at
the top of the GM managerial-heap?)<<< I digress. But:
Just think if you had not used
decon-system---whether it causes bleeding, or not!!
Perhaps no "buried-treasures", then.