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Hello again. Sorry if this is a stupid question, but while changing out the seatbelts in my truck (1990 Pickup Regular Cab) I noticed a little grille or a vent that is directly behind the doors on both the drivers side and passenger side.

Does anyone know what purpose these serve? Are they normal on all the trucks? I was considering dynamatting over them if they serve no functional purpose. Any info would be appreciated.
 

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mine has them. I always guessed that they are jsut to slip the seatbelt housing onto to hold it and then you can adjust it. I dont believe they are vents, but ive never checked to see if air comes out of them.

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they are to cool your ass cheeks on the hot muddy summer days
 

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i think they are for air venting with in the cab.

i see it alot in car trunks and in newer trucks.
 

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When I had my 94 I think I took those out and screwed 4" speakers in those holes...

Or was that in my Isuzu?

:confused:

I dunno. They don't serve any purpose at all though. They just fill those holes.
 

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The vents are for when you close the door. The pressure in the truck has to go some where so it exhausts out of these vents.
 
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