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To replace the trunk weatherstrip we first removed the old weatherstripping and followed the same basic procedure as for the doors and roof rails, but with three exceptions. Because the trunk weatherstrip resides in a gutter, we applied a small amount of adhesive inside the entire groove. Second, we started installing the trunk weatherstrip about 6 inches off-center from the trunk lock. Finally, after we had installed almost all of the trunk weatherstrip, we cut the end about 1/4 inch too long so that it installed with a tight bond against the opposite end of the weatherstrip.