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post #1 of 6 Old 02-20-2013, 03:10 PM Thread Starter
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Rust behind window trim??!

Just wondering if anyone else is having this problems. Seems like behind the black trim at the bottom or the window in the corners are all rotten and bubbling the paint. All of my doors are like this


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Rust behind window trim??!

I have the same thing on my back doors. Poor design IMHO.


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I've got the same problem on mine. Come summer I am going to sand and repaint. I'm thinking of spraying a high quality white grease in their
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Rust behind window trim??!

Anyone know if this would be covered under the premium care warranty


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Rust is only covered if it is perforation....as in a hole through the metal.

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I have the same issue on all 4 doors on my 2008. It seems like the rubber wiper trim is to long. The rubber trim is a steel piece coated in rubber and if the trim is long it rubs the door and causes it to rust. I called Ford and they told me sorry about your luck. The body shops want $1500 to fix the doors. They have to repaint the entire door. Kind of disapppointing to have a $50k truck rust this fast.
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