Not sure which 2002 Dodge Dakota 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:
"At first I was afraid they might snap on installation but if you bring them down on one side like diretion say it is easy. Very easy and look ood." —Robert W from Saunderstown, RI bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2002 Dodge Dakota.
"Removing the track insullation on the window is a bit tricky but needle nose make it easier. make sure you line up everything before removing tape. good custom install look and the fresh air is great..with no Northwest Radin getting inside. This was for a 95 Dodge Caravan." —Paul M from Bothell, WA bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2002 Dodge Dakota, Passenger van.
"First off I would like to say how much I enjoy buying from AutoAnything. The AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors fit perfectly on my Dodge Dakota and look great. Thanks for the great price and speedy service. I look forward buying more products from AutoAnything in the near future. Thank you again, Ty. ,Ga." —Tyron W from Newnan, GA bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2002 Dodge Dakota, Quad cab.
"These are great. It has been a hot summer and it has allowed me to leave my windows open just a crack and allow that hot air to get out. These deflectors were a snap to put in. I didn't use the adhesive tape (which is only available on the back windows). They have stayed in without an issue. I would definitely buy these again!!!" —Dawn C from Lacrosse, WI bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2002 Dodge Dakota, Quad cab.
"Lets you have window open slightly while keeping out rain.Excellent product!" —William H from Erie , MI bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2002 Dodge Dakota, Sedan.
"I bought 2 sets of these deflectors. One set for a 2002 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab, and a set for a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am. They are worth the money I think because they 1. don't need to be taped on (tape is provided, but I didn't use it, haven't had any problems) and 2. they look GREAT!! I have seen alot of other vehicles with the old style of taping to the door, and I don't like them. These in channel deflectors are very no profile and most importantly, they dont stick to the paint of your vehicle. Have recommended them to all my friends that have asked about them." —Joel P from Peterborough, NH bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2002 Dodge Dakota.