- Feb 23, 2021
Here are the pictures of removal. Easy stuff, remove the weatherstripping to expose the pan head screws. These screws are what retains the channel to the roof and the gutter in sandwiched between it. The channel is a 3 piece and it easier to remove it as one piece. A word of caution not only here with the channel but the drip rail too....ensure you have ALL the screws out (some hide covered with dirt and sealant). Even when you think you have them all, there’s still one you missed. When ALL the screws are removed it’s not hard to drop the channel out. Once that’s removed, you’ll see the drip rail is retained with small screws that must be removed. Once all the screws are out, the putty will hold on to the gutter but gently pull it down and it will break loose as long as all the screws are out. Once it’s all out, you drop a tear due to the discovered rust lol.
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Thank you for this information. My car does not have drip rails and that is why my rockers and door bottoms are jacked up as well as drivers side door latch upper area is rotted. Who knows these pieces would be so expensive now.