The upholstery in your Dodge can be very easy to stain or even tear, which will decrease the overall value of your vehicle when you eventually sell it or trade it in. Fortunately, it is very easy to protect the upholstery of each seat in your vehicle with a Dodge seat cover. Our online catalog has many styles in stock for almost any vehicle. If you would like to keep the interior of your vehicle looking similar to the factory style, we offer versions of the Dodge seat cover that are very close to the factory upholstery, in a variety of colors. If you would like more comfort in your everyday driving, we offer plush versions, as well as other types designed for relaxation. We also have many custom styles of the Dodge seat cover, such as race-inspired designs that feature logos or other designs. All versions feature durable, high-quality fabrics, with strong seams, ensuring that your Dodge seat cover set will last, offering style and protection for years. Installing your vehicle specific Dodge seat cover is an easy process that takes mere minutes to complete. Simply remove the Dodge seat cover from the package, unfold it, slip it over the seat, and secure it with the built-in fasteners. The unit will remain secure as you move around and it will not interfere with any accessories installed on the seat. To order one of the various styles of the Dodge seat cover for your vehicle, just visit our web site and use our secure online ordering system, or you may place your order by phone, with a toll-free call to our sales department.
Quick Help to Installing Dodge Seat Cover
Your favorite drinks and savory food can get nasty with your Dodge seat much like how your pets'pee does. Installing Dodge seat cover would save the seats from all these filth and their resulting smell. You can also install seat covers for the purpose of restyling the interior cabin of your vehicle. With the wide array of high quality materials and designs available in stores, you will surely find one to suit the need of your Dodge as well as your preference. And even if you should install the covers yourself, it should be no sweat.
Required skill level: Novice
Needed tools and materials
- New seat cover
- New headrest cover
- Coat hanger
Releasing the bib panel
Find the bib panel straps and follow them until you reach the springs with which the straps are clipped. Unclip them or simply pull the straps if not attached with clip. Gain access to the gap that is between the back and bottom cushions by lifting the bib panel up first.
Fitting the seat cover securely
Fit the seat cover onto the seat and until the lower cushion. After that, guide the rear straps through the gap, and then, route them to the front buckles. Make sure to tighten the buckles before proceeding to secure the tie-down straps. If your vehicle's seat has plastic trim panel, make sure to also tuck the seat cover skirt behind it. This makes for neat and more secured hold of the cover. If none, just make sure that the seams of the cover are properly lined-up with the contours of the, seat and that the tie-down straps are tied tightly.
Removing the headrest
Most auto makers have equipped their vehicle seats with headrests which you need to detach first in order for the seat cover to make a thorough coverage of the seat's back portion. But if your Dodge doesn't have them, skip this part already. Continue with sliding the Dodge seat cover over the cushion of the seat's back. Again, make sure that the seams of the cover match up with the contours of the seat.
Securing the seat cover to the back
Hold the bottom straps and push them through the gap, and secure them into the buckles. Double check the attachment to make sure that the straps are held correctly. And then, reconnect the bib panel straps securely to the springs using the clip.
Smoothing out the seat cover
After the bib panel has been reconnected, smoothen out the wrinkles of the cover by pulling down on its rear portion. After which, tightly secure the bib panel by installing the hook-loop edge to it.
Installing the headrest
With custom-fit Dodge seat covers, you can order matching headrest cover along with armrest and console covers as well as seat back storage and map pockets. If you did, stretch the headrest cover onto the headrest to install. Now, put the headrest back to its place on the seat.
Tips and warnings
- If clips are used for bib panel straps, make sure to have extra pieces.
- You can use a coat hanger to easily pull the hook-loop from under the seat.