The rubber weather stripping on vehicles does several important jobs in order to keep a vehicle safe and secure. Protecting this rubber weather stripping is important to ensure a longer use without the expense and bother of replacing it. Taking care of this weatherstripping properly will pay for itself in the long run. Weather stripping on vehicles is made of rubber and lines the doors and windows.
The Importance of Protecting Your Vehicle’s Weather Stripping
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Car weather stripping should last for many years, but sun, moisture and time will take its toll and necessitate at least partial replacement. One way to confirm where water is coming in is by sitting in your car while it goes through the car wash. You may need a flashlight to spot the leak. Run the light over the entire frame of each door, the top of the windshield, around the moonroof or sunroof and along the back window. Pinpoint the exact location of the leak, then examine it after the wash is complete. Worn weather stripping or a worn door seal may not always cause a leak — at least not initially.
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Into every life a little rain must fall, but it's best if it doesn't fall into your car. When weatherstrippingthe rubber seals that keep water and air from infiltrating the cabin through the doors and the trunk lidstarts going bad, that rain eventually ends up on your seats, floorboards, carpet, and trunk. Sometimes when weatherstripping fails, you'll find a slow leak that can cause water accumulationcars have been known to end up with a wading pool where passengers' feet should go. The good news is that identifying problem seals isn't very difficult and neither is replacing them, although it can be a bit expensive.