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Old 05-12-2006, 05:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi guys. I have an 04 cc. Today I was looking it over an noticed that the paint was peeling around the window on the rear drivers side door at the bottom rear edge where the trim pieces meet paint is bubbling and has started to peel . Anybody else had this problem? My 3yr warr is finished,
anybody know if this is still covered under something else.
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Old 10-16-2011, 09:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have the exact same issue...started around 120 000 kms (75 000 miles) I think. I'm new but I think I'll post some pictures. The paint is peeling on the lower aft corner of all 4 of my door windows pretty badly. I've noticed on an almost every other colly/canyon I've seen on the road or in parking lots as well. I'll check around this site a bit more to see if there's already another post about this (I'm very surprised I haven't found a bunch of posts already). If not I'll post some pics and start a new thread.
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Old 10-16-2011, 10:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah its very common with these trucks, I have a CC and had this problem with the rear doors, bottom back corner of both windows, to fix i took off my inner door panels, rolled down windows and then the bottom rubber seal or "trim" lifts straight up, its tight but work one side of the seal and then the other, while pulling up and it will come off, after that piece is out you can then pull off side seals, sand down rust to bare metal, I had some body primer then color matched paint then clear coated, looks awesome, no more rust, I also took a q-tip dipped in some grease and greased the inside of the corner to prevent future rusting, make sure to tape everything off before painting, dont want overspray! put it all back together and you would never know it was painted unless you really took a good look at it.
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Old 04-03-2012, 12:37 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I know this is old, but I am going to tackle this project once it warms up. I have a 2005 Crew z71, black. I have been touching up the passanger side for over a year now keeping it in check. the trim keeps getting a rusty look, and I'm ready to fix it for good I hope. Now I see that the drivers side is doing it not only on the back lower corner, but also the front now has a huge bubble. My truck only has 54K on it, and I am worried it will start to look like crap before it mechanically starts acting up. Even if it runs good, I will not tolerate rust. Basic black should be easy to match, but does that trim come off pretty easy? Can I get away with brushing it good with touch up paint, or should I spray it. I should have no problen getting the inside panels off, and may do the speakers while I'm in there. Any tips appreciated. Was going to start a thread, but found this in the search. Thanks all, sooooo glad I found this site years ago!! I was thinking jsut remove the trim, paint the crap out of everything, and put it back. All that is actually visible is a small spot bout the size of a dime, and it has not started to turn the corner yet to the door.
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Old 04-19-2012, 06:50 PM   #5 (permalink)
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My 07' Colorado with 54,000 miles paint is peeling of my driver's side fender flare (z71 style). It did not start with a chip it just all of a sudden started peeling and then I forgot about it and went to the car wash and let's just say I wish I would have left it dirty. The flares were installed with the truck, and it is not just the clearcoat peeling you can see the primer. Getting it repainted next week.
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my paint is peeling in the rockers, and wheel wells. each wash removes more paint. I have been cleaning up the rust and repainting since it started peeling put it just keeps peeling right to cleen metal. GM needs to address this.
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