You've probably stepped into and out of your vehicle enough to have noticed crosspieces at the bottom of your door frames. They're your factory door sills. Each door usually has one, and they're easy to miss. After all, you climb over them before and after a ride. The simplest door sill may be not much more than a door sill plate. Some showcase model or trim names, while others, with tap-in power lines, illuminate a brand name or logo. Regardless, door sills have important jobs, in any variation. As door sill protectors, they both protect your vehicle's sill area and help keep it clean. As door sill plates and seals, they not only safeguard your sills but also prevent water and debris from seeping into the cabin. As enhancements, like molding, trim, or appliques, they give your door frame more of an eye-catching appearance.
When Do You Replace Door Sills?
That depends on how worn out or visibly damaged they are, or on whether you want a change of style. Your best options for a project either way will be genuine Mopar, as OEM door sills are guaranteed by your brand to fit the model you drive. Our auto parts department has plenty on the shelves. Order online today and you'll be fixing in no time!
No results found for "door sill plates, door sill". Here are some helpful search tips:
- Search by a part name. Example: water pump.
- Be less specific. Example: brake instead of ceramic brake.
- Remove information such as make, year or model.
- Can't find the part you are looking for? Contact us and we'll find it for you!