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You guys probably already have an answer but I'll suggest a solution. Just applied 303 on both door rubber gaskets and my air leak stopped. Also applied 303 on the removale roof panel to help keep it pliable. FYI
 

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Another treatment to consider is GM Dielectric. I have used it on RedHot's gaskets since nearly day one, a couple of times a year, and never had any issues.
 

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Another treatment to consider is GM Dielectric. I have used it on RedHot's gaskets since nearly day one, a couple of times a year, and never had any issues.
I, too, have used GM dielectric grease on all my rubber gaskets, notably the seldom-removed targa tops and it worked very well to keep them from drying out and sticking together. --Bob
 
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