Have some new taillights to put on my 200 and need some suggestions on what to use for a good sealer. I hated the sealer I used for the lights on my coupe so hoping someone has a good recommendation....
nope sorry, there's just no way the "correct" stuff ahs to be run in multiple layers!!!GTJeff said:The correct sealer is 3m strip caulk. it is identical to the OEM sealer. It worked great on my 200's taillights. You need to use multiple layers of strips to build it up thick enough.
:stupid: that's the right stuff and you can do all the tail lights. It's best to remove all the old stuff from the light and body and start new rather than tryin to patch in 1 spot. It's usually dried out and cracked anyway. Once you take the light off it will make a mess anyway as I'm you know already. I think brake clean will remove the leftovers/cling-ons from the light without damaging the light itself, but as long as there are no chunks, so you can lay the bead in flat it should be good.toml99 said:3M Window Weld butyl ribbon in 5/16" or 3/8"....Just did this a few weeks ago. A nice independant auto glass shop might even give it/sell it to you, but it's $20 for 15ft from the auto body places...Won't find it @ Lowes/etc...