Bumper Seals

Important: To get started, click the blue "Filter Options" button to select your vehicle and then use the filters to narrow your options.

Important: To get started, select your vehicle on the left and then use the filters to narrow your options.

What is a bumper seal?

A bumper seal is a rubber or plastic strip that runs along the edge of a car's bumper. It helps keep water, dirt and debris from entering the bumper and prevents rattling that can result from a loose fit.

What is the purpose of a bumper seal?

The primary purpose of a bumper seal is to create a tight seal between the bumper and the body of the car, preventing water, dirt and debris from entering the bumper. It also serves to reduce rattling that can occur due to a loose fit.

How do I know if my bumper seal is faulty?

If your bumper seal is faulty, you may notice water or dirt entering your bumper, or you may hear a rattling sound coming from your bumper. You may also notice a gap between the bumper and the body of the car or the seal may appear cracked or damaged.

Can a faulty bumper seal cause damage?

Yes, a faulty bumper seal can allow water and dirt to enter the bumper, which can cause corrosion or rust to form. A loose seal can also lead to rattling, which can damage the bumper or the surrounding body panels.

How do I replace a bumper seal?

Replacing a bumper seal is a relatively simple process that can be done in a few steps.

  1. Remove the old seal by gently prying it off with a flathead screwdriver.
  2. Clean the area of the bumper where the seal will be attached.
  3. Apply a thin layer of adhesive to the edge of the seal and the bumper.
  4. Carefully press the seal onto the bumper and hold it in place for a few minutes.
  5. Allow the seal to dry overnight before driving.

How often should I inspect my bumper seal?

It is recommended that you inspect your bumper seal regularly for any signs of wear or damage. If you drive in areas with harsh weather or on rough roads, you may need to inspect it more frequently.