What is Weather Stripping on a Car?
This is a question many drivers ask us. Weather stripping is the rubber that lines the edge of the car window and door, held in place by adhesive. But what does weather stripping do? It has two jobs! First, it helps keep wind and debris out of the cabin. And it also helps car doors close quietly.
When Should I Replace the Weather Stripping on my Car?
Just like other parts of your vehicle, your weather strip can wear out over time. When that time comes, you'll want to replace it. Figuring out when to change it is easy. It's encouraged to listen for the symptoms as you drive. If you happen to hear air moving quickly through your doors or windows, you'll want to replace them. You can also check for any water stains, wet channels, worn or brittle spots, and cracking.
Purchase Authentic OEM Weather Stripping Online
The weather stripping made by Honda manufactures its design to fit your model from the start. Plus, they look better than aftermarket parts. You can order everything you need from our online auto parts counter. Browse our selection and place an order today!
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