Custom fit Side Window Vents for your:
Enhance your vehicle's appearance and aerodynamics with a set of custom-fit side window visors by EGR, Putco, or Weathertech. Reduce wind noise and drag whether towing or riding around town. An in-channel design makes these vents as easy to install and they are stylish - simply slide in and go! Protect your vehicle's interior from the elements while still allowing heat to escape and air to circulate.
These visors come in a range of styles and offer fits for many popular vehicles such as Ford, Chevy, GMC, Dodge, Toyota, and Honda. Find the correct window vents for your vehicle by entering the year, make, and model to the left.
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Putco Window Visor Installation - 2013 Chevrolet Suburban
All right. Today on a 2013 Chevrolet Suburban we're going to install part number P580056 from Putco. This is the Element In-Channel Window Visors. Now this part number gets you all four pieces for a front and rear. Okay to start our install, we are going to go ahead and do a quick test fit. We are starting off on the driver's side front door.
Putco Element In-Channel Window Visor Installation - 2007 Ford F-150
Today, on our 2007 Ford F150 SuperCrew, we'll be installing the Putco Element In-Channel Window Visors in the tinted color in a 4-piece set, part number P580019. We'll begin here on the driver's-side front window. We'll then go ahead and take this small spacer that comes with the kit. It looks kind of like a U and is about 2 inches long. We need to insert this into the window channel at the upper-back corner. When inserting the spacer block, we need to make sure that the open side of the U channel is facing towards the front of the vehicle.
Putco Element Tinted Window Visor Installation - 2011 Dodge Ram Pickup
Today on our 2011 Dodge Ram pickup well be installing the Putco Element tinted window visors for both the front and rear in a four piece kit part #: P580139. To begin with well need to lower the window down. Next well need to pull the backing off of the two sided tape that already comes attached to the window visor. Next well begin here towards the front or near the mirror and well slide it into the window channel. With the window visor boat outward well put the back end of the window visor into the channel. Well then continue to pull downward on the window visor, sliding it into the window channel as we work across the window.
WeatherTech Side Window Air Deflectors Installation - 2009 Ford Flex
WeatherTech Side Window Air Deflectors Installation - 2014 Jeep Patriot
Putco Element In-Channel Window Visors Installation - 2003 Ford F-250
Today on our 2003 Ford F250, we'll be installing the Putco Element in channel window visors part number P580209. We'll begin our installation with the window down in our vehicle. We'll then need to peel off the adhesive backing of our window visor. We're going to start installing our window visor from the back of the window and work our way all the way up towards the mirror. Start by inserting the rear of the visor into the rear part of the window working our way forward. As you could see, the adhesive seems to be sticking really well to our seal. Now, you're at the passenger side.
Putco Element In-Channel Air Deflectors Installation - 2005 Chevrolet Silverado
Today on our 2005 Chevy Silverado, we'll be installing the Putco air deflectors for both the front and rear doors, part number P580011. To begin our install, we'll first want to clean or prepare the surface where we'll be adhering the Putco air deflectors. This will be inside the window track on the outside edge. To clean it, we're just going to use some rubbing alcoholand a cloth. Keep in mind the older the vehicle is, the more dirt and debris it's going to pick up, so we'llwant to make sure that it's thoroughly cleaned so that our air deflectors will adhere to the vehicle. Now that we've got the tracks cleaned out, let's go ahead and start installing them. Starting on the driver's front, we'll go ahead and remove the backing to the two way adhesive. Onceremoved, we'll take the front edge and feed it into the window track, going up the door frame, then as we get near the front corner, we'll pull the back edge into the window track, and feed them both up to the top of the window track at the same time.Then we'll pull them out to help the adhesiveadhere to the window track. Now once it's fully in position, we'll go ahead and operate the window multiple times, and then leave it up to make sure that the two way tape has a good opportunity to adhere to the window tracking. Now with our driver's front done, we'll go ahead and do the driver's rear.
WeatherTech Air Deflectors Installation - 2011 Ford Ranger
Today, on our 2011 Ford Ranger, we'll be installing the WeatherTech side window air deflectors with dark tinting, part number WT80034. We'll begin with the passenger side. You will need to lower the window 4or 5 inches between the top edge of the window where it will push up against the air deflector.Now that you've done that, you will take the front edge of the air deflector. Make sure it sits over the window sill in the lower corner. You will slide it into the track area of the window. Next, you will bow the deflector outward, putting in the rear section of the deflector into the window channel about a quarter to a half inch from the top area.Once this is done, you will start again at the front of the window and slowly work it into the window channel.
Putco Window Visors Installation - 2012 Dodge Ram
Today on our 2012 Dodge Quad cab Pickup well be installing the Putco element window channel visors, part number P580137. Starting here on the passenger side well go ahead and lower the window. We can go ahead and remove the adhesive cover. Starting next to the mirror down at the bottom near the window opening well put the visor into the window channel. Well go ahead and flex the visor so that we can get the opposite in into the window channel and then work the center into the window channel. Be advised that if the adhesive catches the window trim that youll need to go ahead and slide a flat bladed screwdriver or a trim panel tool in so that the window visor gets all the way up into the window channel.
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