Rear window moulding plastic insulators?

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  1. COPO

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    Yes, don’t ever remove them.
     
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    The blocks are there, and alignment front to back is fine, it's left to right that's way off. It's sitting on the clips on the pass side.

    It obviously must have been leaking at one point too. There's a ton of very old clear silicone on the pass side. Seems somebody tried to seal it up. The result is that the clips on that side are BURIED while the ones on the driver's side are floating in the wind and the trim won't sit down on the glass.
     
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    If it’s butyl then you should be able to leave it out in the sun and then using 2 large glass suction cups in both hands, slide the glass over.
     

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