1992 Mitsubishi Eclipse Wind Deflectors

    • AVS® - Ventvisor™ Window Deflectors
      Mitsubishi Eclipse 1992, Front Smoke Standard Ventvisor™ Window Deflectors by AVS®. 2-Piece. Keep fresh air flowing throughout your vehicle even in a downpour, reduce annoying wind noise, and keep your interior cooler in extreme heat with...
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    • GTS® - Front Smoke Ventgard™ Window Deflectors
      Mitsubishi Eclipse 1992, Front Smoke Ventgard™ Window Deflectors by GTS®, 2 Pieces. Ventgards let you open your windows to allow fresh air into the cabin, protecting you from the rain and wind. Their sleek, aerodynamic shape complements any...
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    • GTS® - Front Smoke Ventgard™ Sport Window Deflectors
      Mitsubishi Eclipse 1992, Front Smoke Ventgard™ Sport Window Deflectors by GTS®, 2 Pieces. Ventgards let you open your windows to allow fresh air into the cabin, protecting you from the rain and wind, and helping to prevent window fogging. They...
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    • GTS® - Smoke Solarwing™ Rear Window Deflector
      Mitsubishi Eclipse 1992, Smoke Solarwing™ Rear Window Deflector by GTS®. Enhance your car's silhouette, if not its aerodynamics, and protect your interior, all with this attractive rear window deflector. This rear window deflector doubles as a...
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    • Wade® - Sunroof Wind Deflector
      Universal Sunroof Wind Deflector by Wade®. Make your sunroof truly useful. Install a Wade Wind Deflector to reduce wind, noise, heat and glare. Wade Wind Deflectors are made in quality hi-impact material to precise measurements for accurate fit,...
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    Customer Reviews
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    2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse
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    "Easy to install special after I went on-line to watch the video. Nice product. It comes with alcohol wipes which is nice but not enough for the task in hand, I used rubbing alcohol to finish the work. The small scuff pad is a nice addition but small is the key word."