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Question Hood weather strip, proper part?

Between my hood and the front of the car right above the headlights there is this piece of weather stripping. On my poor car last summer this ripped apart. I want to replace it, but not sure if this is the correct part. Can anyone confirm?

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If you get the weatherstripping from the dealer, don't buy the plastic rivets. You can buy them much cheaper at Autozone.

Another great option is to use garage door weatherstripping and 3M tape. It works great and it will never tear.


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Timely post! My 2016 ripped a few weeks ago. I'm still under warranty. I'll get mine fixed after vacation. Was wondering if some dielectric grease or some sort of protectant would help.
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