Used BMW Window Rubber Sealss
All used BMW Window Rubber Sealss listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com list used car parts for BMW are from premium breaker yards from across the UK, saving you up to 80% compared to main dealer prices.
About Window Rubber Sealss
The glass in car windows is held in place when the window opens or closes by track assemblies, which assists with the smooth operation of the window, and the window is sealed with BMW window rubber seals.
The role of BMW window rubber seals is to firmly seal the door window with the door flange to stop water, dust and other particles or air coming into the car. BMW window rubber seals also protect the door or body flange panel and give a smooth look to the exterior of the car window and door. BMW window rubber seals also help to reduce noise coming into the car, such as the sound of the wind.
Window rubber seals are usually fixed in place with a strong adhesive.
Sure signs that the rubber seals on your car windows need replacing are water coming in through the seals, or the wind whistling through the window into the car. When replacing the rubber seals on your car windows, buying BMW window rubber seals will ensure they fit the make and model of your car perfectly.
- Electric cars might be all the rage now, but BMW built their first one in 1972 and called it the BMW 1602e. It didn't quite make it to market though, thanks to the fact that it could only hold a twenty-minute charge.
- One of the reasons older BMWs keep their value is because it's easy to get spare parts for even the oldest models. That's because BMW has carried on making car parts, even for cars that were built in WWII.
- The main headquarters for BMW in Munich is designed and shaped to look like car parts. There was a whole new 'four-cylinder' building added on in 1973, and there's definitely the look of an engine about the architecture.
- The famous German pilot, the Red Baron, called BMW engines the 'greatest in the world' and ‘the best engine in the war’.
- Everyone knows what the BMW logo looks like, but do you know what it represents? Most people think it's inspired by propellers (because of BMW's aviation history), but it's really just the same colour scheme as the Bavarian flag and was designed to showcase Bavaria.