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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-16-2017, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
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GM Floor liners curling

So recently I noticed my driver side GM floor liner was starting to curl. Now its to the point that it blocks the parking break unless I push it out of the way and it curls enough that when I shut the drivers door it pushes the liner over. Truck is a 2016 with about 8000 miles on it. Any chance they'll let me swap it out or am I stuck?

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So recently I noticed my driver side GM floor liner was starting to curl. Now its to the point that it blocks the parking break unless I push it out of the way and it curls enough that when I shut the drivers door it pushes the liner over. Truck is a 2016 with about 8000 miles on it. Any chance they'll let me swap it out or am I stuck?
I would inquire for a swap, as what's the worst they could say? If not, I would try using a heat gun to soften it up to try to re-contour it back into place.
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Mine did that when brand new. I put a piece of Velcro on the kick panel and it works great.
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Where is it curling?

FWIW...

Mine did when new. The mat was lumpy on the edge where it lays on the sill. It was raised slightly higher than the door. While closing the door the door would push on the edge of the mat causing it to curl.

I put a piece of strong tape on the mat holding it down on the sill plastic.

After a day or 2 it now stays down and the door does not hit it any longer....

don't know thats your issue or not...

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Throw them away and just use the full size GM truck mats. They don't curl.


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This has happened to a couple other people and some got new mats from their dealers. Mine work fine. You could try the tape and or Velcro first and tell your dealer they don't fit right.

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DAMN-IT!!!!!

just looked at mine and they're doing it again!!!

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