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Old 01-30-2010, 12:58 PM
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Help! Driver side door making noise

hey dudes I have a 2009 F-250 6.4L with 2600 miles and the driver side door makes noise. It sounds like the rubber seal rubbing against the metal door frame. any ideas how to stop this.?? My salesamn said some people put a light "grease" on the rubber seal and it helps. But I drive on dirt ranch roads and that seems like it would gather dust..


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Old 01-30-2010, 02:06 PM
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It it is a clicking sound I had the same thing. I took a little lithium grease and put it on the door latch and the catch. It worked great no more clicking!!!
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i have that clicking noise too. going to try grease solution right now.
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get some syliglide from napa, i use it on my tailgate too
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get some syliglide from napa, i use it on my tailgate too
what is that???
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what is that???
because my tailgate rubs up against the rubber stops and squeaks and it drives me ****ing nuts,
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Old 02-02-2010, 06:44 AM
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get some syliglide from napa, i use it on my tailgate too


What is syliglide??
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its actually sylglide, and napa sells it in the tubes. its a lubricant.
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its actually sylglide, and napa sells it in the tubes. its a lubricant.
would it be safe to use on the rubber door jam where it meets the metal door frame???
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