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Today's projects were getting our 30-day check-in done (with 2,000 miles on the odometer) and installing the VW id.4 door sill protector, VW part number 11A071310ZMD. Not available in the US and scarce elsewhere. Found it on the German Amazon site. It's a fairly thick material so should survive the usual abuse that an everyday car in Vermont sustains. Looks decent, wasn't hard to install, even for a hack like me.
 

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Today's projects were getting our 30-day check-in done (with 2,000 miles on the odometer) and installing the VW id.4 door sill protector, VW part number 11A071310ZMD. Not available in the US and scarce elsewhere. Found it on the German Amazon site. It's a fairly thick material so should survive the usual abuse that an everyday car in Vermont sustains. Looks decent, wasn't hard to install, even for a hack like me.
When the ID4 becomes more popular maybe some after market company will have lighted sill protectors.
 

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If you live in a rural area and are at all active a sill protector will keep the paint from getting badly scratched-up over time. There's dirt everywhere here ... when walking the dog or when I go on 911 medical calls to people's homes. As careful as I might be an occasional foot drag over the sill is inevitable. And while you don't have to step on the sill to get in, the sill area is much deeper than cars I've had in the past due to the battery pack height.

No vanity -- purely practical.
 
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Today's projects were getting our 30-day check-in done (with 2,000 miles on the odometer) and installing the VW id.4 door sill protector, VW part number 11A071310ZMD. Not available in the US and scarce elsewhere. Found it on the German Amazon site. It's a fairly thick material so should survive the usual abuse that an everyday car in Vermont sustains. Looks decent, wasn't hard to install, even for a hack like me.
Looks good. How long did it take to receive them?
 

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Fitted these to my ID4 last week. They are genuine VW parts which I bought from a main dealer online. They were not cheap for what they are, but I'm hoping they'll do the the job they are intended for.

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Do you know if they have a product for hatch sill protection?
Today's projects were getting our 30-day check-in done (with 2,000 miles on the odometer) and installing the VW id.4 door sill protector, VW part number 11A071310ZMD. Not available in the US and scarce elsewhere. Found it on the German Amazon site. It's a fairly thick material so should survive the usual abuse that an everyday car in Vermont sustains. Looks decent, wasn't hard to install, even for a hack like me.
 

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Do you know if they have a product for hatch sill protection?
They have this, but not a protective stick-on foil like the door sills.

REVERSIBLE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT MAT VARIABLE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT FLOOR
The luggage compartment reversible mat鈥檚 finely woven upper velour surface protects the luggage compartment against dirt, while its plastic studs on the underside prevent cargo from sliding. In addition, the plastic loading sill protection protects the bumper against damage.
Part Number: 11A061210 拢100.00

Here's a link to VW UK which shows all the accessories available to us. I hope it works for you.

 

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I'm wondering if someone who installed the OEM vinyl protectors could help me.

I had these installed by my dealer, but the first install had multiple air bubbles so they agreed to replace them. A few days after the replacement, I noticed glue stains on my dashboard that weren't there previously.

I'm wondering if anyone has any information on the adhesive that is used on these protectors, and on on what I'm might try to clean it. Vinegar didn't do much and I'm reluctant to use anything else that might damage the soft-touch surface. The stains are on the brown portion of the dash.

Thanks.
 

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I'm sorry but I can't remember the exact details from when I installed mine, but what I recall was that I had to dilute the supplied adhesive, then spray onto the back of each protector, then smooth out after lightly spraying the front side of the protector. I think the diluted adhesive reacted with whatever was on the rear side of the protector to form a bond. One thing's for sure, there was no thick/heavy duty adhesive involved.
 
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