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