Dodge Rampage Console
Common Problems with the Dodge Rampage Console
One of the most-seen parts inside your Dodge Rampage is the console. It also helps make daily driving more comfortable as it serves your specific needs while you are focused on the road. Aside from making the car's interior look more presentable, keeping it in great condition at all times will also prolong its life and save you money from buying replacements. But since it's located between the driver's seat and front passenger seat, getting your Dodge Rampage's console worn out cannot be avoided. Take note of these problems to watch out for in your car's console so that you can do something about them immediately.
Bubbles on the console
When bubbles start to form under the vinyl material of your Dodge Rampage's console, this could be a sign of age or improper installation. These bubbles that accumulate under the vinyl material cause the vinyl to separate from the foam, disabling it from holding the vinyl in place. To prevent the bubble from getting bigger, you will have to repair it immediately as soon as you notice it underneath the vinyl material of your car console.
Rips, tears, and holes on the console lid
Long and frequent exposure to the sun as well as the high temperature inside the vehicle can damage the vinyl material of your Dodge Rampage's console. These factors can cause the material to fade, become brittle, and result to rips, tears, and holes in the vinyl that covers the lid of your console. Aside from looking unsightly, the rips and cracks on your console can also cause discomfort especially if you're using it as an armrest.
Stains and molds
Stains in your car interior can be difficult to remove and can even cause a lot of stress. Because most surfaces inside the car are made of absorbent materials, small and large stains can be easily absorbed into the material and form a stain. If you notice stains in your console, remove it immediately before it completely dries up and becomes more difficult to get rid of. You might also observe mold formation in your car's console. If there are warm and moist spots in your Dodge Rampage's console, mold can grow inside and cause stains and bad odor. Aside from damaging the other interior materials of your car, it may also pose a health risk for you and your passengers.