How to fix plastic piece that goes from my windshield to my hood.

Asked by Apr 18, 2017 at 10:00 AM about the 2015 Toyota Corolla S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

A small piece of plastic came off that connects my windshield and the hood
of my car on the corner on the passenger side. It's somewhat triangular
shaped ( I took pictures) and need to know if this is something I can
replace myself (it seems easy enough) how and where can I purchase this
piece myself and is it imperative that it be fixed? I mean, would it be ok to
just let it go...it just seems cosmetic in my opinion but I don't know a whole
lot about cars...

6 Answers

79,105

It is easy to replace and more cosmetic that anything, but it will deflect some water. You would have to go to the dealer to order this item, you may even figure out a way to keep this in place.

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116,555

LOOKS LIKE THE LIPS ON THE BACK ARE BROKEN, JUST GET A GOOD RV SILICONE AND GLUE IT BACK IN PLACE...

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Thanks so much for the answers...I appreciate it greatly!!

79,105

Your welcome.

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116,555

Your welcome

Had this part come off on my car too but it's gone. Did you ever find the name or part number for it?

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