Common Problems Encountered with the Chevrolet Camaro Mud Guards
If you're not a fan of regular trips to the car wash, having mud guards installed in your Chevrolet Camaro solves your problem. Your car's mud guard is what helps you save time and money from frequent visits to the car wash because it shields your vehicle from dirt, mud, and other harmful road debris. These harsh elements on the road cannot be completely avoided that is why mud guards were made to minimize the amount of debris that hits your car. Because of its tough and dirty job of protecting your car from dirt, your mud guards may wear out and fail eventually. Here are the common signs that your Chevrolet Camaro's mud guards are no longer functioning properly.
The mud guards are torn.
Your Chevrolet Camaro's mud guard is located near the wheels and close to the ground. It will go through a lot of beating especially when you drive on rough roads a lot. Your everyday driving conditions as well as the weather will make wear and damage on your mud guards unavoidable. Aside from that, minor accidents such as getting stuck in the crease of a curb when you're pulling out of a street parking can also damage your mud guards.
The clips and mounts of the mud guards are missing.
The dirt, mud, pebbles, rocks, and other road elements that your mud guards encounter everyday does not only damage the flaps of your mud guards. Too much wear caused by road debris can loosen the clips that mount your mud guards to your car. When these clips fall off, your mud guards will hang loosely and improperly in your wheels and will no longer be able to perform its job of keeping your Chevrolet Camaro safe from road dirt and mud.
The dirt and mud reaches the vehicle's windows.
If you notice that your Chevrolet Camaro's windows have splashes of mud and dirt, this is an obvious sign that your mud guards are no longer doing the job right. But if your mud guards are new, then there could be something wrong with the way they were installed. If the mud guards are not installed properly, they won't be able to shield the parts where you car needs cover the most, leaving your entire vehicle a muddy mess.