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New to the forum world driving a 2010 grand marq ....side molding question though

I wanna remove the side molding on the doors bit idk if that is double sided tape or has pins in it I dont want to leave any holes on the door... anybody gotta any answers ??? Thanks

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Re: New to the forum world driving a 2010 grand marq ....side molding question though

I know that the front ones don't have any holes. Never had the rears off though.

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They are attached with double sided tape all around (at lease up to the '08's). Try "Goof Off" to remove the sticky stuff, followed by a good wax. My wife "removed" the right side with the barn door.
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Re: New to the forum world driving a 2010 grand marq ....side molding question though

Helpful hint to get the trim off before the tape: use dental floss to "saw" the tape behind the trim.

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They are attached with double sided tape all around (at lease up to the '08's). Try "Goof Off" to remove the sticky stuff, followed by a good wax. My wife "removed" the right side with the barn door.
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They are attached with double sided tape all around (at lease up to the '08's). Try "Goof Off" to remove the sticky stuff, followed by a good wax. My wife "removed" the right side with the barn door.
I didn't catch the last part until R.S. quoted it... dental floss is also gentler than barn doors!

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And MUCH less expensive!
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Thanks ima try it this weekend hopefully no holes lol

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