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Old 02-26-2014, 03:55 PM   #1
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Door Panel Leather insert

I have an 08 mustang and am wondering if anyone else has had a problem with the leather inserts in the door panels. Seems like the adhesive gave out. Bubbling on the driver side and actually came untucked on the passenger door. Suggestions on products for repair? I have some loktite spray adhesive but waiting for it to warm up some.
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I'll send you a pic of the stuff I use when I get home, just go ahead and pull back the rest of the leather down to the arm rest, wipe off all the old adhesive then put on new adhesive to stick it back, make sure you dont neglect the edges, if you get some adhesive on the plastics surrounding, it can be wiped off, hope this helps

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I have an 08 mustang and am wondering if anyone else has had a problem with the leather inserts in the door panels. Seems like the adhesive gave out. Bubbling on the driver side and actually came untucked on the passenger door. Suggestions on products for repair? I have some loktite spray adhesive but waiting for it to warm up some.
I got the same freaking issue. I ended up messing mine up pretty bad and not sure how to get the leather back on the door.

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I'll send you a pic of the stuff I use when I get home, just go ahead and pull back the rest of the leather down to the arm rest, wipe off all the old adhesive then put on new adhesive to stick it back, make sure you dont neglect the edges, if you get some adhesive on the plastics surrounding, it can be wiped off, hope this helps

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That's the best way to go just do a little at a time and go slow. Also old pants are good to have not your nice Sunday clothes. I couldn't get mine to go back up then it became a nightmare.
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Great, sounds like it's gonna be fun. Can't wait.... Ford must have used some adhesive that seems to expire after a period of time... I've talked to a lot of people with the same issue
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Don't spray or put anything on it, find a Leather shop and have them repair it for you. You trying to fix it yourself can cause more damage to it. I had that happen to both doors, at different times, and the repair work they did is Flawless. My shop told me of the damage that some people had done, trying to Glue it themselves.
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How much did they charge you if u don't mind me asking?
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It was like $130. Something like that.
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