Not sure which 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser Vent Visors & Window Deflectors are right for you? We have over 10805 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I've had WeatherTech in-channels in two different vehicles, and these are just as good (better in some respects) for less money. Installation took 15-seconds per side, plus another minute or two to open and close the windows 5-times as instructed. There are no leaks or rattles, and only a very-slight increase in wind noise with the windows up at highway speed. With the window open a couple of inches, wind noise is actually less than before, and wind and turbulence entering the cab is significantly reduced. I really like the way these look on my 2011 Ram regular cab.
If you look really (really) close at these, you can see that the material and manufacturing quality is not quite as excellent as WeatherTech, but nevertheless I'm very happy with them." —Gale W from Excelsior Springs, MO bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser, Regular cab.
"These are very good deflectors for a reasonable price, but they are not WeatherTech quality. They look great on my 2013 Mazda3 hatchback, and installation is simple if you take your time and follow the directions. I've noticed a very slight increase in wind noise, but that's going to happen with virtually all window deflectors." —Gale W from Excelsior Springs, MO bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser, Hatchback.
"I prefer these WeatherTech's to other off brands, because they don't stick on the painted surface. This is important for a show car." —Anne W from Maiden, NC bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser.
"Easy install only took a few minutes look good on car and keeps rain out and let's air in very good product" —Michael B from Erwin, TN bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser.
"right side front fits alittle tight.window sometimes hits guard on the way up." —Carl S from Maynard, MA bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser.
"They look great. The price was great. AutoAnything was great. The only hang-up with the EGR Rain Guards was with the install. The initial fit into the channel went fine. However, when raising the window; it got hung up on the bottom edge of the guard. This happen on every window (more so on the rear of the front guard). The guards had to be taken out and the edge of each one filed down until the window passed smoothly. None of this filing affected the aesthetics or functionality of the guards. It is all hidden away within the window channel. And they still fit as snugs as ever. I do have reservations about the 3M tape the assist in keep the rear guards in place. I read one reviewer who state he put a spot of silicon on the guard to help hold it up in the channel. I may end up doing that later. Again this would not hurt the looks at all since it would be up in window channel.
Over all,I love these guards. In fact, I'm going to buy some to put on my '98 Dakota. Something I should have long ago." —Mitchell H from Broussard, LA bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser.