2002 Toyota Sequoia Spoiler

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    • Remin® Factory Style Rear Roofline Spoiler with Light
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      # 494651
      Toyota Sequoia 2002, Factory Style Rear Roofline Spoiler with Light by Remin®. Add a subtle look of performance to your car with this Roof Spoiler. Its low profile design provides just the right amount of performance style without...
      $108.55 - $158.65
    • Pure® Factory Style Rear Roof Spoiler with Light
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      # 942154
      Toyota Sequoia 2002, Factory Style Rear Roof Spoiler with Light by Pure®. Get the factory spoiler your car didn't get from the factory. Spoilers can be optional equipment or standard on performance models. For whatever reason your...
      Factory high performance style for lessMade from ABS plastic
      $125.25 - $250.50
    • T5i® Factory Style Rear Roofline Spoiler with Light
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      Toyota Sequoia 2002, Factory Style Rear Roofline Spoiler with Light by T5i®. When you want to add just a touch of high performance style, nothing beats a roofline spoiler. A roofline spoiler adds the look of speed without...
      Factory style and quality for lessMade from ABS plastic
      $98.53 - $148.63
    • JKS® Factory Style Rear Spoiler with Light
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      # 1002528
      Toyota Sequoia 2002, Factory Style Rear Spoiler with Light by JKS®. Spoilers are usually standard equipment on the factory hot rods. But even if you don't have the big horsepower engine under the hood, you can still give your car...
      Factory high-performance styleImproves aerodynamics
      $108.55 - $233.80

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    There are body kits that are very carefully designed to control the airflow around the car, and there are body kits made to give the car a racing look, a look that not necessarily is more aerodynamic than the original but gives a performance character to the vehicle. It is more a choice between a kit that provides the best look per dollar and a kit that provides...
    Regardless of the body kit material you choose, the end result will only be as good as the quality of the installation. Fiberglass parts are relatively easy to produce and inexpensive to buy, but their fit and finish as delivered is not as good as parts made from polyurethane or ABS plastic. Polyurethane is another popular material for body kit parts. Let’s take...
    A spoiler is intended to control the way the air streaming over the car is affecting the rear of the vehicle. Spoilers cause drag, and actually slow the car down or make it unstable, if not properly designed. A correctly designed spoiler can counteract the lifting forces that most cars experience when speeds get high, and keep the car on the road.
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    2002 Toyota Sequoia Spoiler Reviews
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    2008 Toyota Sequoia | Posted by Robert | (Union, KY)

    Installed this on my SR5 Sequoia. Ordered the black painted version (202 paint code), paint quality and finish was perfect. Installation takes some guts, guts to drill holes in you5 $50,000 baby that is. Installation notes: 1) Use a friend to help you position and check your alignment. Check it twice, no check it three times, you're drilling holes! 2) Holes to be drilled are determined by inserting long plastic straps into the mounting holes on the spoiler, positioning the spoiler on the tailgate and then taping the straps to the body. Remove the spoiler and the straps stay on the body as a drilling guide. They could be longer for the two end holes but they do work. 3) The positioning straps included are a little too large for the pre-drilled holes. Use a knife and whittle down the OD so they slip off easy after taping into position on the tailgate. If they move, you'll drill in the wrong location. They worked for me but I spent a lot of time making sure I was perfect. 4) Buy some primer to dress the drilled holes to prevent rusting. Let dry! before attaching or your screws will mess up the coating. 5) The two outer holes line up perfect with the factory access hole locations. Just remove the rubber plugs and access. 6) The two center holes require you to pull the upper garnish off and drill some rather large access holes. These have to be a large OD to allow your nutdriver to fit in. 7) Stop lamp - I drilled a fifth hole for the wire harness but you could remove the existing HMSL. 8) Wiring - no fittings are included. I pulled the plug on the factory HMSL and then bought Scotch suitcase (IDC) connectors to splice into the brake light wiring. 9) On the Sequoia be careful, the TMPS antenna and ECU wires are in the same bundle as the brake light. Be sure of what wires you're splicing / cutting or tap into! 10) I applied RTV from the inside to cover the screws and wire harness hole to ensure no leaks and lock the screws in place. End Result: Can't tell the difference from the factory spoilers. Looks perfect.

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