Your Mazda vehicle contains a system of rubber and soft plastic slats that line the edges of its windows and doors, helping to keep seepage out of the interior and to keep the doors closing as quietly as they can. It's called weather stripping.
Unfortunately, no weather strip is permanent; one can wear out over time because of age and the effects of the elements. Luckily, some signs will indicate it. They include unusual airflow through closed doors and/or windows, water stains in the channels where the strips go, and cracking and brittleness in the strips themselves.
Need to install new ones? It's easy. Just take off the old screws, strip the adhesive out of the channels, dry the channels off, reapply some new adhesive, and put on and align some fresh strips, firmly pressing them in. Afterward, all you have to do is replace the screws.
Of course, the steps you need to follow for your Mazda model might vary a little, and it goes without saying that you should use new versions of the same strip lengths and parts that you had before. For best results, install the genuine OEM article. Mazda manufactures it specifically for the car or SUV you drive. That's a promise that off-brands may not be able to make.
Where to Order Genuine Mazda Weather Stripping Online
Our catalog has plenty to choose from. First, select your model, then, choose your model year. Options that fit will appear; browse them accordingly, and put in your order. We'll ship and deliver in no time, to any address in the US at which you live or work. Most weather strips ship in 24 hours (if in stock), while those that are out of stock can ship in as few as 2-3 business days. Overnight shipping is offered for qualifying orders, and all you have to do to return or cancel one is get in touch with us -- it's that easy. Our store policies pages have all the details.
Feel free to contact our team of parts specialists anytime, too, should you need a little buying advice or have a question or concern. We'll help out, no problem.
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