Reviewed By Mike A (Milwaukee, WI) —4/30/2015 7:19 PM
These are great but my window still goes down on its own even after a few weeks hopefully will stop when weather gets warmer it may acclimate more
Reviewed By michael s (ANCHORAGE, AK) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota RAV4 —4/18/2015 5:09 AM
I ordered the sunroof wind deflector two weeks ago.the deflector are really wonderful.I own the toyota RAV4 2 years,I never been able to open the sunroof,because the wind blowing the sound are terrible.but after I order the weatherTech sunroof wind deflector,I can open the sunroof as much as I want to.it's really a "must" if your car has a sunroof.it's worth to keep one for your car.
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