Running Board Seals
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What is a running board seal?
A running board seal is a rubber seal that runs along the bottom edge of a vehicle's running board. It helps to protect the running board from dirt, water, mud, and other debris.
What is the purpose of a running board seal?
The purpose of a running board seal is to protect the running board from dirt, water, mud, and other debris that may cause damage. It also helps to keep the running board looking good and prevents rust from forming.
How do I know if my running board seal is faulty?
If your running board seal is faulty, you may notice signs of wear and tear, such as cracking, splitting, or tearing. You may also notice that the seal is not adhering to the running board properly.
Can a faulty running board seal cause damage?
Yes, a faulty running board seal can cause damage to the running board and other components of the vehicle. It can allow dirt and water to get inside, leading to rust and other damage.
How do I replace a running board seal?
Replacing a running board seal is a relatively simple process. Here are the steps:
- Remove the old seal by peeling it off the running board.
- Clean the running board and make sure it is completely dry.
- Apply a bead of adhesive along the edges of the running board.
- Place the new seal onto the running board, making sure it is pressed firmly into the adhesive.
- Allow the adhesive to dry completely before using the vehicle.
How often should I inspect my running board seal?
It is recommended that you inspect your running board seal regularly, at least once a year. Make sure to check for signs of wear and tear, and if any issue is noticed, replace the seal as soon as possible.