It took a while to get this in. I tried first sliding it along the track, and after several sessions and worn out fingers I gave up. Instead I hooked the flat inner edge in the track, and then used a flat plastic rod to press in and down the second lip into the track. Had to trim about 1/8-1/4" off the front end as it interfered with the windshield frame seal. However now the door/window closes tightly up against the seal and I don't see any gaps! Very high quality rubber.
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