Windshield Seal without Groove [Vanagon]

Works With:1980-1991
Manufacturer:Quality Aftermarket

Requires professional-level tools, talent and experience.

2 Reviews
$52.95 - $69.95

This item is not eligible for promotional discounts
Proposition 65: This product may contain chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
Self-certified made in USA of U.S. and imported parts

A good windshield seal should be on everyone's "Vanagon improvement" top ten list. Keep the moisture out and your feet dry, as well as deterring rust in that notorious Vanagon window sill. In addition, you will be stopping water from dripping on your fuse block and thereby avoiding a whole host of electrical gremlins. A nice, new, non-crusty seal looks great, too!

This seal comes without a groove for the now-obsolete chrome molding. Unless you plan to reuse your scrappy old molding, you'll want this grooveless seal. Not sure which window seal you need (with or without groove)? Check out our article here.

We have both German and USA - made seals. Both are excellent quality and both work as they should. The difference is the German seals are slightly easier to install, especially in colder temperatures. We are working with the USA manufacturer to duplicate the German material more closely so that either German or USA seals install with the same difficulty. Please note: Even the German seals are not “easy” to install. Replacing window seals is not easy, period. If you are not experienced, we highly recommend a professional installer for the job.

If you decide to do it yourself, here is an install tip: All window seals are much easier to install when they are 80 degrees or warmer. Install on glass, install your rope—and let it sit in the sun or warm it up with a heat gun for best results.

Windshield Seal without Groove [Vanagon] Wrench Rating

Pro — Requires professional-level tools, talent and experience.

All Wrench Ratings

Plug 'n' Play — Requires no or basic hand tools and no mechanical knowledge.

Handy — Requires some hand & power tools and minimal mechanical knowledge.

DIY — Requires a full tool set and broad mechanical knowledge.

Pro — Requires professional-level tools, talent and experience.

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