Back Glass Seals

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What is a back glass seal?

A back glass seal is a rubber or foam seal that fits between the back window and the vehicle body. Its purpose is to prevent water, dust, and debris from entering the vehicle.

How do I know if my back glass seal is faulty?

You can inspect your back glass seal to check for any signs of damage, including: tears, cracks, or discoloration. If any of these signs are present, then the seal may need to be replaced.

Can a faulty back glass seal cause damage?

Yes, a faulty back glass seal can cause water and other debris to enter the vehicle, leading to potential damage to the interior.

How do I replace a back glass seal?

To replace a back glass seal, follow these steps:

  1. Remove the interior trim panel and the old seal.
  2. Clean and dry the area where the new seal will be installed.
  3. Install the new seal, making sure to press down firmly.
  4. Reinstall the interior trim panel.