Whatever way you decide to spell it, "grill" or "grille," there's hardly a vehicle out there these days that doesn't have one. What grilles do generally is cover the many openings on a car body. What each kind of grille does, however, will vary. Front grilles, for instance, allow air -- the kind necessary to help cool your radiator -- to flow and circulate. They also shield both your radiator and your engine. On the hood, as a cowl screen, however, they help ventilate your cabin. Below your front bumper, as a wheel grille, they help cool your brakes as they produce heat -- the kind of heat that's a normal byproduct of friction between your brake pads and brake rotors. A rear decklid grille, however, helps protect the engine commonly found in the back of rear-wheel- and some four-wheel-drive vehicles.
What are Car Grilles Made of?
Most from the factory are constructed from stainless steel or aluminum, while others can be acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS plastic). All grilles, though, add a touch of unique style to a ride. Planning a grille change? Our auto parts store has plenty of replacements to choose from, genuine Mopar and guaranteed to fit the make and model you drive. You can even order a grille online, right off our shelves. Ditto for grill accessories. So, avoid the line at the parts counter. Buy now. We'll ship immediately so you can take care of your project in no time.
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