Today we are going to be installing window visors from WeatherTech, part number WT80018, on a 2000 Chevrolet S-10. The first thing we want to do is to do a little bit of prep work to the window. We want to just take and clean the top portion of the window off. We just use a light solvent or just regular soap and water to do this. And you also want to get in and clean out the window sill as well. For this particular set of visors, there is not any sort of adhesive that is going to be used to hold the visors in, so it is not that imperative that we get it that clean. But on some of the visors, there will be additional double-sided tape to help hold it into the sill, and in that case you want to make sure you get it cleaned out really well.
And we will go ahead and our window visor. To differentiate between the drivers and passengers side, the WeatherTech logo will be going toward the rear of the vehicle. OK, I am first going to the portion nearest the mirror into place. And then I am going to come to the far end here and I am just going to go ahead and flex the visor down until I can get it in located inside the sill here. One thing we need to do after that is run our window up and down about five times, nice and slow, and that will help to seat the window visor in properly. And once we have rolled it up five times or so, I am going to go ahead and leave the window up for 24 hours, and also try to leave the visors out in sunlight. That will again further seat the visor into the window sill and around the window. And once we have repeated the procedure for the other side as well, our installation is complete. This will conclude the installation of window visors, part number WT80018, on a 2000 Chevrolet S-10.