Not sure which 2012 Ford F-150 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:
"After hearing reports that the "in Channel" visors are too tight for the window auto up feature I decided to give these clean looking vidors a try. They fit the windows perfectly and the black gloss finish is excellent. Get them!" —Nikita C from Wimauma, FL bought an AVS Seamless Ventvisor for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"These are of excellent quality and really add to the appearence of the truck. While they appear to be self explanitory as far as installation, they should include some type of directions or tips or sketches about how to install and where to actually place them. Make sure you have them where you want them because once the adhesive strip makes contact, thats where it will stay. Try to plot where they will go by prefitting them before you peel off the tape cover strip. Take these precautions and you will be VERY satisfied with an outstanding product." —John B from Lansing, IL bought an EGR Slimline Window Deflectors for a 2012 Ford F-150, Regular cab.
"The ease of installation was excellent. I just had a small problem with the auto window going up for a couple of days. It then went away. I would recommend these to anyone." —Richard H from Humboldt, KS bought an AVS In-Channel Ventvisor for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"These work great for the south Texas heat, makes your auto much cooler to get into when it's closed up in the sun. Easy installation, just pay close attention to offsets in the door frame during dry fit. Then start installation at the frame offset on all 4 doors. Taking your time to follow the top of the door frame, and remove the plastic from the 3M tape about 2-3 inches at a time, installation takes maybe 20 minutes." —Philip R from Corpus Christi, TX bought a Wade Slim Line Window Deflectors by Westin for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"I really like the look and installation. But my front windows won't quite go all the way up, and the automatic-open is tripped. I went to my F150 forum and seems like this happens a lot with these. Some said to roll up the windows tight, and after a week or 10 days they'll fit better. But that hasn't helped me. I also measured the logo on the window, and the windows now don't go all the way up by 1/2". After refitting several times, no better. Now I'm thinking of getting the stick-on." —Steve B from Tulsa, OK bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2012 Ford F-150, SuperCrew.
"The ventvisors that I purchased from AutoAnthing are a great product. They was simple to install and makes my truck look good. Now I can leave the windows cracked on a hot day with no worries of a rain shower getting the inside wet and the truck will stay cooler." —Anthony M from Lebanon, VA bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2012 Ford F-150, SuperCrew.
"These EGR In-Channel rain guards were the easiest thing I ever had to install on a truck to improve its appearance, etc. The only thing that bothers me is that the automatic windows sencers do not like them. They sense that something is in the window that might get hurt or break the window. My only recommendation is for the manufacturer of this type rain guard include instructions on how to reduce the sensibility of the automatic windows for each vehicle or where to get such information. Any included recommendations or warnings would be helpful. In the meantime, I will do some internet research or contact my truck dealer maintenance shop to find out what can be done. Nevertheless, sinse just about everything on the new vehicles are computerized nowadays, there is probably a quick fix for this. Thanks" —George A from San Antonio, TX bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2012 Ford F-150, SuperCrew.
"EGR Rain Guards look great and easy to install, but:
*Front guards cause auto-up windows to trip safety sensor, sending window back down. To close you have to "sneak up on it" by moving it incrementally - definitely a pain.
*EGR rear guards are NOT free of adhesive tape as packaging prominently boosts. But, they DO install into the window channel instead of on the exterior of the door.
*EGR rear deflectors protrude out into the airstream more than some other brands, not as streamlined-looking." —Bruce H from Fort Wayne, IN bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"Easy to instal but it is such a tight fit that the electric windows go up and then back down as it senses an obstruction. I then have to put the window up by holding the button a second time. This procedure has to be done every time the window is opened, takes 2 closings to close." —Doug F from Boston, MA bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2012 Ford F-150.
"These were purchased as a gift, I ordered wrong and customer service handled the problem quick and really nice...the price I paid was the best on the web, shop with autoanything you will not be sorry. Thanks and keep up the good work !" —Linda A from Batesburg, SC bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2012 Ford F-150, SuperCrew.
"had trouble with one of them and had to buy new tape to reinstall did not clean area enough so I can,t blame the product" —David G from West Bridgewater, MA bought an AVS Chrome Ventvisors for a 2012 Ford F-150, SuperCab.