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I have a 2013 Hyundai Azera and while taking it through the car wash one of the large cleaning wands pulled about 1/3 of the chrome trim of the drivers side quarter window. Car wash won't do anything about it as they have signs posted they aren't responsible for any damages to vehicles. I was going to see if I could buy the chrome trim and replace it but I've come to find you can't buy it separately and have to purchase the window, the black rubber molding and the chrome trim together. Just wondering if anyone knew if there's a trick to installing the chrome trim? Looks like there's a very little groove in the bottom of the rubber molding all the way around but I can't seem to get it back on to stay. Should I consider using an adhesive? Any and all help is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Dave, that is only a scare tactic that these car wash places do. They have coverage, I would make them pay for the damage. get the name of their insurance co. report the claim. If they refuse that them to small claims. I had this happen to me went to court had pictures and won. The judge told me he would like to see more people take action against these shops that don't want to take responsibility.