AutoAnything, Inc.
Select your vehicle:
Select your vehicle:
AutoAnything, Inc.
Your Cart Is Empty
Cart
X
Select your vehicle:
Select your vehicle:

2006 Ford Explorer
Deflectors

2006 Ford Explorer Deflectors

Stop or redirect the onslaught of insects, road debris and whipping wind with our selection of deflectors. AutoAnything has bug, sunroof and wind deflectors, all custom sized for your make and model. And, all of our deflectors take nearly no time to install with most mounting in minutes using automotive-grade 3M tape and basic hardware. And with countless deflectors reviews to read, you'll discover real experiences from real customers like you. Need help selecting the correct deflector for your vehicle? Check out our Deflector Buying Guide.

Shop Popular Make Model Bug Deflectors - For a Perfect Fit
Ford F150 Bug Deflectors | Toyota Tacoma Bug Deflectors | Dodge Ram Bug Deflectors | Chevy Colorado Bug Deflectors | Ford F150 Bug Deflectors |
Not sure which 2006 Ford Explorer Deflectors are right for you? We have over 16698 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:

"Easy installation for an accessory that enhances the stock appearance of the vehicle." —Richard M from Bluefield, VA bought an AVS Chrome Bug Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer, Sport Trac.

"Love my Weathertech window Deflectors. Great fit and function. They are very sleek and not bulky. Great fit and look on my 2006 Explorer." —Doug R from Pontiac, MI bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"Easy installation for an accessory that enhances the stock appearance of the vehicle." —Richard M from Bluefield, VA bought an AVS Chrome Bug Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer, Sport Trac.

"The bug deflector was just what i need to make my explorer look good. Installation was easy the only thing is you had to drill two holes." —Bill S from Houston, TX bought an AVS Chrome Bug Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"The deflector itself is great but the parts to install were a problem. The inserts to go in the factory holes were too small and I had to glue them in place. Because of that the screws then were too small so had to go to the hardware store to buy screws." —Dennis S from Florence, OR bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"I ended up using a couple of screws to install the bug guard, not sure it was 100% necessary. Product fit well and looks great." —Bruno G from Saint Louis, MO bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"Very good product, it adds to the chrome on the grill, nicely rapping around the front end of my Explorer making it look complete!" —Abel G from Dumont, NJ bought an AVS Chrome Bug Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"The installation was fast and simple however the plastic hardware was loose in the holes and I had to add self-tapping screws to hold the the unit in place. The plastic is more pliable than the unit I bought for my F-350. Overall it looks very good, we'll see how it holds up." —Dennis L from Sutherlin, OR bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"Love my Weathertech window Deflectors. Great fit and function. They are very sleek and not bulky. Great fit and look on my 2006 Explorer." —Doug R from Pontiac, MI bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"These were easy to install in my 2006 Explorer. I didn't know they had tape even though they fit in the channel. It makes the flanges too fat in the front windows and caused trouble getting the window up; but after the recommended 72 hours left up, they work fine. I put some WeatherTech ones in an 08Pontiac a month ago and they went in a lot easier and no tape. They cost a lot more though, and the Weston ones are definitely comparable at a much lower price." —Joanna H from Howard, KS bought a Wade In-Channel Window Deflectors by Westin for a 2006 Ford Explorer, 4-door SUV.

"This In-Channel window visor looks better then tape on ones which I have on my other vehicle." —Michael C from Toms River, NJ bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2006 Ford Explorer, Crew cab.

In addition to Ford Explorer Deflectors, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Covercraft Pro Runner Pro Net Tailgate Net, Thule 554XT Hang Two Surf Carrier, Skyjacker Lift Kits.
Color
Category
Brand
Price Range
Current Offers

2006 Ford Explorer Deflectors

Stop or redirect the onslaught of insects, road debris and whipping wind with our selection of deflectors. AutoAnything has bug, sunroof and wind deflectors, all custom sized for your make and model. And, all of our deflectors take nearly no time to install with most mounting in minutes using automotive-grade 3M tape and basic hardware. And with countless deflectors reviews to read, you'll discover real experiences from real customers like you. Need help selecting the correct deflector for your vehicle? Check out our Deflector Buying Guide.

Shop Popular Make Model Bug Deflectors - For a Perfect Fit
Ford F150 Bug Deflectors | Toyota Tacoma Bug Deflectors | Dodge Ram Bug Deflectors | Chevy Colorado Bug Deflectors | Ford F150 Bug Deflectors |
Not sure which 2006 Ford Explorer Deflectors are right for you? We have over 16698 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:

"Easy installation for an accessory that enhances the stock appearance of the vehicle." —Richard M from Bluefield, VA bought an AVS Chrome Bug Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer, Sport Trac.

"Love my Weathertech window Deflectors. Great fit and function. They are very sleek and not bulky. Great fit and look on my 2006 Explorer." —Doug R from Pontiac, MI bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"Easy installation for an accessory that enhances the stock appearance of the vehicle." —Richard M from Bluefield, VA bought an AVS Chrome Bug Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer, Sport Trac.

"The bug deflector was just what i need to make my explorer look good. Installation was easy the only thing is you had to drill two holes." —Bill S from Houston, TX bought an AVS Chrome Bug Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"The deflector itself is great but the parts to install were a problem. The inserts to go in the factory holes were too small and I had to glue them in place. Because of that the screws then were too small so had to go to the hardware store to buy screws." —Dennis S from Florence, OR bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"I ended up using a couple of screws to install the bug guard, not sure it was 100% necessary. Product fit well and looks great." —Bruno G from Saint Louis, MO bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"Very good product, it adds to the chrome on the grill, nicely rapping around the front end of my Explorer making it look complete!" —Abel G from Dumont, NJ bought an AVS Chrome Bug Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"The installation was fast and simple however the plastic hardware was loose in the holes and I had to add self-tapping screws to hold the the unit in place. The plastic is more pliable than the unit I bought for my F-350. Overall it looks very good, we'll see how it holds up." —Dennis L from Sutherlin, OR bought an AVS Bugflector II for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"Love my Weathertech window Deflectors. Great fit and function. They are very sleek and not bulky. Great fit and look on my 2006 Explorer." —Doug R from Pontiac, MI bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2006 Ford Explorer.

"These were easy to install in my 2006 Explorer. I didn't know they had tape even though they fit in the channel. It makes the flanges too fat in the front windows and caused trouble getting the window up; but after the recommended 72 hours left up, they work fine. I put some WeatherTech ones in an 08Pontiac a month ago and they went in a lot easier and no tape. They cost a lot more though, and the Weston ones are definitely comparable at a much lower price." —Joanna H from Howard, KS bought a Wade In-Channel Window Deflectors by Westin for a 2006 Ford Explorer, 4-door SUV.

"This In-Channel window visor looks better then tape on ones which I have on my other vehicle." —Michael C from Toms River, NJ bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2006 Ford Explorer, Crew cab.

In addition to Ford Explorer Deflectors, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Covercraft Pro Runner Pro Net Tailgate Net, Thule 554XT Hang Two Surf Carrier, Skyjacker Lift Kits.
Color
Category
Brand
Price Range
Current Offers
1-12 of 23 products
Page 1 of 2

Free, no-hassle exchanges

Risk-free. Guaranteed perfect fit.

Guaranteed Lowest Price

Price protection for up to 1 year.

In-House Experts

Chat or Call for Special Offers.

Trusted Brands

2006 Ford Explorer WeatherTech Deflectors
2006 Ford Explorer AVS Deflectors
2006 Ford Explorer Lund Deflectors
2006 Ford Explorer Black Horse Off Road Deflectors
2006 Ford Explorer Stampede Deflectors
2006 Ford Explorer Wade Deflectors

Customer Reviews

Stampede Vigilante Premium VP Series Hood Protectors

Great looks... Don't think it will last too long.

The shield has a very nice look and function. But the plastic is weak. Mounting tab cracked the first 500 miles of use. I repaired and will use until if fails. View more reviews...
Posted By c k h (eugene, OR) / January 31, 2020
2006 Ford Explorer
Yes
No
AVS External Mount Vent Visors

Very Pleased

Easy to order, knowledgeable sales rep, and showed up on time. Perfect match, although difficult getting the old one off, putting on the new one was simple. View more reviews...
Posted By James H (Orlando, FL) / May 8, 2018
2006 Ford Explorer
Yes
No
AVS Chrome Aeroskin Hood Protector

Excellent quality

Bought this for my 2006 Explorer Limited and it has not only added class and a better appearance but will also keep the hood free from road debris and insects. Thank you Auto Anything for yet another great quality product. View more reviews...
Posted By Scott M (LAPEER, MI) / August 8, 2017
2006 Ford Explorer
Yes
No

From our experts

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

10 Wind, Bug and Vent Deflectors to Consider in 2020

Get in there. Rub that off-color spot on the leading edge of your hood. As much as you hope it’s going to disappear as you buff harder and harder, it just won’t. That’s a stone chip. And as you inspect more closely, your hood’s paint looks like the surface of the moon. Covered in craters, […] The post 10 Wind, Bug and Vent Deflectors to Consider in 2020 appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
Read more
View More