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Chevrolet S10 Door Seal Articles

Diagnosing Chevrolet S10 Door Seal Defects

You may not notice your Chevrolet S10 door seals that often, but they are obviously there for an important function. You see, these foam-rubber type seals around the edges of the car doors and windows are a form of weather-stripping that contributes in preventing unwanted particles to penetrate the vehicle. They keep water and air from entering the auto for a better and smoother ride. But, as time passes, these door seals may wear and tear, causing several door issues with the Chevy. If you think that your car's door seals are already at that stage, then better perform some troubleshooting. Here are some of the signs that tell you the door seals are already defective. Also included are the possible culprits behind the defects.

Whistling noises while the vehicle is moving

A tell-tale sign that indicates a leaking car door seal is a whistling noise when the vehicle is moving. This should be prominent and easily detect when driving the vehicle. Noise is not only your problem with a deteriorating seal. In fact, you may even experience water leakage, especially when driving in the rain. It's a good thing that replacing the seals is not as troublesome as it looks. It will only require a few replacements and cleaning of the adhesives.

Rusting car doors

Another sign that the rubber door seals are already defective is a rusting car door. You see, this happens because water and moisture freely passes from the outside to the interior of the auto. There is a chance that the water is drained out of the holes underneath the door, but more often than not, they stay and lead to corrosion. Simply inspect the door seals around the windows and see if they exhibit signs of cracking. This brittleness is what causes moisture to pass through. The defect is easily noticed because rust develops around the holes under the hollow door. Dirt, leaves, and other kinds of debris may sometimes settle here as well.

Squeaking car doors

Squeaking car doors are easy to notice because of the irritating sound they produce. To inspect your door, simply open and close it, making sure you pay attention to where the squeaking sound is coming from. The car door where the sound comes from usually has aging rubber door seals.

Trouble-free Ways in Keeping Your Chevrolet S10 Door Seals in Top Shape

You might have mistaken them as mere accessories and strips for styling, but those rubber seals around your auto's windows and doors are in fact, crucial in keeping rainwater and moisture from seeping inside the vehicle. The only problem with these rubber and foam seals is that they are susceptible to leaking. When this happens, rust and corrosion may creep into the car doors, causing premature wear. So, if you want to extend the service life of your Chevrolet S10 door seals, then follow these easy and trouble-free maintenance tips:

Choose where you park.

Probably the easiest way to keep your car door seals in their best condition is by being choosy of your parking spots. It is generally advised that you park the Chevy in a shaded area whenever possible. This is because the shade will help protect the door seals from the harmful effects of the sun. You see, constant exposure to sunlight can cause the door seals to wear and crack earlier than their normal service lives.

Regularly wipe the door seals.

A cheap but effective method in maintaining the quality of door seals is by constant wiping. You will only need to use a soft and soapy cloth in keeping the door seals clean. With regular wiping, you prevent dirt from settling in and causing cracks and damages.

Apply rubber protectant to the door seals.

A good way of preventing premature wear is by applying rubber protectant to the weather seals. This simple procedure can greatly aid in preventing the windows and door seals from cracking. Fortunately, finding these tools is easy too. In fact, you may find them in your local auto supply stores or home improvement shops.

Use a solution of dish detergent and hot water as an alternative for cleaners.

Scrubbing the grime off of the weather seals can be made easier by using a solution of dish detergent and hot water. This may be performed if you are a little tight on budget.

Other maintenance reminders

When servicing the rubber door seals, be sure that you are using the right type of cleaner. Conditioners and products that contain silicon can cause the rubber door seals to deteriorate prematurely.

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