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Not sure what silicone 732 is and why you have all that blue tape holding the barrier on? What you need to do is remove the old barrier and remove all the original black 3M sealer which is extremely tacky and somewhat difficult to remove. However, once you discover how to remove it it gets easier. Once you have like a golf ball sized chunk rolled up you actually use that as a magnet to get the rest of the stuff off by "blotching" the old seal. Again, it's difficult and you need to repeatedly go over and over the old seal until it lifts off. Once you have the old seal off and everything cleaned up just place a new seal along the old path, on the door, not the barrier, as you will see where the old seal was as it contours along the door. You don't need a new barrier unless it has a tear or hole in it. Press every square inch of the barrier back on the new sealent and you don't need tape to hold it and it doesn't need to cure. This "732" stuff that needs to be cured, not sure you should use that. This 3M stuff, I forget the product # can be had at the dealer, or, I did see the EXACT same stuff at Advance Auto type auto parts stores. If anyone wants the product # I can look in the garage.
Last edited by sidneyj; 30th August 2009 at 05:17 PM.