The last time I looked, the molding is no longer available from Honda. However, checking with some other online dealers, it seems to still be listed. I don't know whether my regular dealership just decided to not carry such large items, or if the others are out of date in still listing it as available.If it's coming apart, replacement of the molding is the only option.
That's for the top of the windshield. Completely different part.I need the same rubber trim for my car. This might be what you are looking for.
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Hello. hello where did you get the rubber because i have the same problem thanks
Ha ha. No you don't need to make it stay that way and you don't need to pay $100 for the trim.
What I did was go to home depot > go to house door section > buy some squishy rubber trim > I bought 1/4" thick, but in hindsight, if they have a little thicker it is better. I can't remember the cost - probably $3-7 for a roll, which is enough for both sides plus extra.
The 1/4" rubber trim width fits well in most of the slot, except the ends where you have to taper it with a scissors, and the middle where it is a little loose (hence recommending buy little thicker). Don't need to worry about making it look neat when you cut - you won't see the sloppy cut because you're squishing the rubber in there and can't see it when its done.
I didn't bother adding extra adhesive... the rubber stayed in place and did not move around for 3 years (until the windshield repair man pulled one side out and threw it away). I have to reinstall one side.