BMW 745i Floor Mats
Helpful Tips to Fix the Common Issues of Your BMW 745i Floor Mats
Believe it or not, your BMW 745i floor mats can experience and cause problems, be they petty or life threatening. That's why knowing the common floor mat issues is very important. Read through these troubleshooting tips so you'll know what best to do should you experience these problems:
The floor mats on your car may get a little moist overtime. This may leave you wondering if someone has spilled water on them or if your car is leaking inside. You may just simply shrug this off, but keep in mind that condensation under your floor mats suggests a clogged drain tube of the air-conditioning system. If your floor mats feel moist, this means that the clogged tube is forcing water to backflow into your interior. And if left unattended, your mats can get excessively wet and may start to smell. To prevent all these, you need to go under your car and unclog the drain tube. This, along the required drying and vacuuming of the floor mats, should quickly solve the problem.
What has a stuck accelerator got to do with floor mats, you ask? Well, your gas pedal can get immobilized once the floor mat on your car gets wedged under it. As a result, you will continue driving at increasing speeds unless you try pulling back on your accelerator while stepping on the brake pedal. That's why you should have your dealer check your car to make sure that you will be safe driving it. Also, if you buy replacement floor mats, make sure that they fit directly on your car. Otherwise, you need to trim the mats.
Passengers on your car can break a floor mat hook if they accidentally step on it. Although this isn't a high-risk problem, this can get a little annoying as you need to fix the position of your mats every time they get misplaced. Although you can try to fix your hooks with super glue, you'll be better off buying replacement parts. Besides, floor mat hooks are cheap and are readily available, so you shouldn't have a hard time buying new ones.