Almost all modern cars come fitted with a bonnet buffer, which takes the form of a piece of rubber or plastic affixed to a hollow space within the engine bay. Newer bonnet buffers may be made of more durable polyurethane.
As well as helping to prevent unwanted rattling and noise, bonnet buffers cut down on vibrations when the car is moving, which over time could cause damage to the bonnet or engine components.
Over time, bonnet buffers may wear out or become detached and get lost. When this happens, don’t worry – getting a new one is straightforward and simple. Call in to one of Euro Car Parts’ 200 locations around the country and we’ll be happy to help you find the right bonnet buffer for your vehicle.
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