2009 Toyota Venza Wind Deflectors

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    • (1 reviews)
      $50.00from $40.00 - $99.95
      Toyota Venza 2009, Light Smoke Window Deflectors by WeatherTech®. These easy-to-install accessories offer you fresh air enjoyment with an original equipment look.
      # 219696
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      Toyota Venza 2009, Dark Smoke Window Deflectors by WeatherTech®. These easy-to-install accessories offer you fresh air enjoyment with an original equipment look.
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      Toyota Venza 2009, Smoke Standard Ventvisor™ Window Deflectors by AVS®. Set for 4 Doors. Keep fresh air flowing throughout your vehicle even in a downpour, reduce annoying wind noise, and keep your interior cooler in extreme heat...
      Allows fresh air in while keeping, rain, wind, and drafts outFresh air circulation removes stale air and odors
      # 280061
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    Do Rain Guards Really Work?
    With a rain guard in place, the car can be ventilated when parked, without any worries about changes in the weather. If they function well for this purpose is very much dependent on the vehicle they are mounted on, and the way the air streams around the particular vehicle. If this is the way you intend to use the guards, try to find someone with wind deflectors...
    You don’t realize how effective rain guards are until you experience them, and once you have them on your car or truck you wonder how you got along without them. Wind deflectors can be installed in the window channel or they can be taped to the body. Your preference depends on how much you like the way a particular wind deflector looks on your car or truck.
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    2009 Toyota Venza Wind Deflectors Reviews
    Average rating:44.2 - 5 reviews
    4(3.8)
    APPEARANCE10
    EASE OF INSTALLATION2
    PRICE/VALUE8
    QUALITY10
    2009 Toyota Venza
    | Posted by | (Beamsville, ON)

    The fronts are great and easy to install. The only thing I think they need to stress in the instructions is to keep your windows closed for 12 hours after install...this isn't stressed in the instructions, and I think it should be. The rear window deflectors, however, are a different story. Who decided the clips were a good idea and easy to install? The instructions are horrible, the instructional video makes it look easy (and it's not), and I spent hours trying to get them installed properly. After about three hours, struggling and searching the internet, I discovered that if you use the tool provided, but flip it upside down and put between the clip and the rubber seal, the clip will slide right into place and this was from trial and error. When the clip is seated properly, you will definitely know. Trust me, your thumbs will thank you!

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