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SERVICE, PARTS AND REPAIRS

When you need service, parts, repairs or warranty support, they're all as close as the nearest LEER Dealer.

For repairs, parts, adjustment or warranty service for your LEER truck cap or tonneau, contact the LEER Dealer where you purchased your product or any LEER Dealer located in your area.

LEER Dealers are the factory-authorized source for all service of LEER products. (LEER factories do not perform repairs for, or ship parts to retail customers.)

LEER Dealers set all prices for products, parts, repairs and other services. They are equipped with the tools and materials to handle most issues quickly and efficiently. In most cases, they will ask you to bring your truck to their location to evaluate what is best for you.

The LEER Limited Lifetime Warranty helps protect you from major expenses resulting from defects in manufacturing and materials, and is one of the strongest warranties in the aftermarket automotive products industry. The warranty statement is provided with each LEER product shipped and sold.

Still need help? Check our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Use the Dealer Locator to find the LEER Dealer closest to you.

WARRANTY SERVICE

The LEER Limited Lifetime Warranty helps protect you from major expenses resulting from defects in maufacturing and materials, and is one of the strongest warranties in the aftermarket automotive products industry. The warranty statement is provided with each LEER product shipped and sold.

For warranty service for your LEER truck cap or tonneau, contact the LEER Dealer where you purchased your product, or another LEER Dealer convenient to you.

If you need to register your warranty for your cap or tonneau, please use this form: Warranty Registration.

MAINTENANCE AND CARE

General Maintenance

Our cap engineers suggest: Check the tightness of clamps after the first week of operation; then again every 6 months. Clean the track on sliding windows and twist windows to remove any dirt. Application of a dry silicone, such as Camie 999 in the track will allow for easy operation. Pushbuttons and lever arms can be lubricated every 3 to 6 months with lithium grease or equivalent.

Washing, Waxing and Paint Care

Wait 90 days before first wash or wax

Based on the recommendation of our paint manufacturers, DO NOT wash or wax your new cap or tonneau for the first 90 days. Our paint suppliers make this recommendation to allow their paint to fully cure and harden; they make the same recommendations for new car and truck paints. Because of our rapid delivery schedules, LEER products are often delivered just days after they are painted. Waxing has the potential to damage the fresh paint until it is fully cured.

After 90 days, we suggest routine washing by hand with a mild car soap and soft rag or sponge. Apply a quality paste wax designed for automotive finishes twice a year. If you ever need to deep clean the surface due to oxidation, we suggest using products designed for fiberglass restoration, readily available at RV and marine outlets.

Additional care and maintenance tips

  • Do not polish your cap or tonneau with a dry cloth. Always use water. To prevent hard-water spots, use a cloth to dry the cap after washing.
  • Do not use an ice scraper on the cap or the rear door glass. Brush off snow and ice.
  • Use touch-up paint to repair any nicks or scratches in the paint. Clear fingernail polish can be used as the clearcoat touch-up. Wait until the repair is fully cured and use rubbing compound and polish to regain the proper finish.
  • Use a UV protection product on all vinyl, plastic and rubber components to extend their life. These products should not contain petrochemicals, petroleum distillates or silicone oils.
  • Do not use any lubricants or solvent cleaners on the shafts of the struts. If necessary, clean them with water.
  • Safety Note

    Never allow children in the cargo area of the pickup when the engine is running to prevent accidental carbon monoxide poisoning.