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    Windscreen Seal

    My top windscreen seal must have flown off (or been stolen) at some point since I last washed the car, as I noticed it was no longer there when I washed it!

    It doesn't seem to be letting water in and the seals at the bottom and sides of the windscreen are still in place. Also does anyone know whether it is still safe to drive in it's current condition? Or could the windscreen fly off without warning? I have been reducing my speeds just in case!

    Does anyone know the Vauxhall price and part number of the top windscreen seal for a 3 door, Mk4 Astra?

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    safe yes, it's only a trim part.

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    Thanks, at least that's put my mind at rest, I had visions of it flying up and over the car!!

    It's a shame though, if I had known that earlier I could have saved myself 13 for the cost of a new rubber seal at a Vauxhall dealership. I did think about getting it cheaper from a scrappy, but my local ones charge near retail prices anyway...

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    Not too bad...13 for a new one - cant beat the smell of new rubber !

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