clutch in the bin
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: United Kingdom
County: North Yorkshire
I'm in the process of doing a few winter jobs and over the next couple of evenings I will be replacing a heater control bulb and adjusting the window glass to fit better.
I'll be removing interior trim to do these jobs and wondered if anyone had attempted to reduce the creaking of trim parts (as the car twists) before putting them back and how successful they were, particularly over time.
I've got 2 things in mind, 1 is to liberally apply silicon spray to the back of the panels, the other is to use silicon bath type seal on the rear of the panel where the panel makes contact with the door / dash without it being noticed on the front of the panel.
Any other suggestions?