Back Glass Reveal Moldings
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What is a back glass reveal molding?
A back glass reveal molding is a strip of plastic or rubber that runs along the edge of the rear glass window, helping to protect it from wind and water damage. It also helps keep the window securely in place.
What are the signs of a faulty back glass reveal molding?
Signs of a faulty back glass reveal molding may include:
- Cracks, tears, or other damage to the molding itself.
- Water leaking into the interior of the vehicle.
- Rust or corrosion around the edges of the window.
Can a faulty back glass reveal molding cause damage to the vehicle?
Yes. A faulty back glass reveal molding can lead to water leakage into the interior of the vehicle, which can cause rust and other damage. It can also allow the window to be forced out of place, which can lead to further damage.
How do I replace a back glass reveal molding?
Replacing a back glass reveal molding is a relatively easy process. Here are the steps to follow:
- Start by removing any existing molding.
- Clean the area around the window to ensure a good seal.
- Measure the area and purchase a replacement molding that matches the size and shape of the original.
- Apply adhesive to the new molding and attach it to the window.
- Allow the adhesive to cure before driving the vehicle.
How often should I inspect my back glass reveal molding?
Back glass reveal moldings should be inspected at least once a year. If you notice any signs of damage or wear, the molding should be replaced as soon as possible.