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EGR In-Channel Window Visors Part #574791 Customer Reviews
16 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Stephen S (Owego, NY) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tundra — Aug 04, 2017 8:26 PM
The first week I had my new truck I let the front windows down an inch or two and an overnight shower soaked my door panels. I decided it was time to get some protection. I've had EGR In-Channel Window Visors on my previous truck so I ordered another set from Auto Anything. They arrived quickly and installation was a breeze. Now I can leave my windows open slightly and let some of the hot air out and not worry about my interior getting wet.
Reviewed by Alan V (HUDSON, FL) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tundra — Jul 24, 2015 3:38 AM
I'll start off by saying the front ones look good, but hard to install you have to do a lot of bending. The back ones have tape on the back to try to hold them as you put clips in on each side of it which is not very good looking and appearance. I have a older truck and when I went to put the windows up they were very hard to shut all the way, very tight. The bad part was I tended the wonders 3 days prior to the installation and it messed my window tent up. I would not recommend this product.
Reviewed by Jered S (EASLEY, SC) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tundra — Feb 13, 2014 4:34 AM
Super fast shipping !! They look great, only the back doors have 3m tape. The front just are held in by force which is different but they don't seem to be moving. The other strange thing is the rears have two holes, one at either end that you put a supplied plastic "plunger" through. I dont really see the purpose of this setup and it does detract from the appearance slightly.
Reviewed by steven k (muskego, WI) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tundra — Nov 27, 2013 12:42 PM
since installing about a week & 1/2 ago my windows are really struggeling to raise & lower. Enough so that I'm afraid of burning out the window motors. I followed the limmeted instructions to a tee, they did go in easy enough but the problems are there when you cram any extra material into or aside the track the window is supposed to fit tightly. (yes there are even differrent ways I found to install while wondering if I had something wrong, none of which helped the windows fit much better)
Reviewed by Richard W (Alexandria, VA) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tundra — Sep 25, 2013 8:08 AM
I am very pleased with the quality and thickness of the EGR rain guards overall BUT the rear rain guards are attached with a additional clip to the guard which has broken already. Not sure of the reason for the design but I assume the EGR T&E department determined it was necessary. If the EGR company that AutoAnything represents would send me additional clips for the ones broken and the ones that will break, that would be appreciated. I will continue to be a customer of AutoAnything.
Reviewed by Edward L (Benicia, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Tundra — Apr 22, 2013 4:27 AM
I only wanted the front doors of these in channel rain guards. Installation was a snap, just read the instructions and I got each one installed in under a minute. I didn't install the rear set because I think the truck looks better with just the front ones on. The entire set was cheaper than some other companies front sets. No major extra wind noise noticed after they were installed.
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