Automotive weatherstripping is the rubber material that seals the edges of a vehicle's doors, windows, windshield, trunk lid, etc. It could also be called a weather seal, a weatherstrip, or just a seal. Weatherstripping prevents the outside elements like rain, snow, sand, and wind from entering a vehicle and ruining your day. There is a massive variety of auto weather seals available these days because cars and trucks have been using them for over years. With that variety comes plenty of confusion. Luckily, 1A Auto is here to sort through this rubber madness.
What is Weatherstripping? Weatherstripping for Cars & Trucks | 1A Auto
Use this lubricant to install automotive weatherstrip, grommets, O-rings, hoses, seals, plugs, or any other rubber or soft plastic pieces. This is a universal part and not a direct replacement for the existing part on your vehicle. In some situations, modifications may be necessary for it to fit and function properly. This item is backed by a day warranty against defects in materials and workmanship under its intended use. The warranty does not cover normal wear and tear. Get it in: 2 - 4 Business Days.
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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.