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2001 Ford Mustang
Deflectors

2001 Ford Mustang Deflectors

Not sure which 2001 Ford Mustang 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:

"Installation was easy although once it adheres you can't get it off so make sure you are in the right spot before peeling adhering it to the car." —Sharon K from Union Beach, NJ bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2001 Ford Mustang.

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AVS External Mount Vent Visors

Very Nice!

This is the 2nd pair I've bought. The first set came from another seller and it broke right away on driver side door. It wasn't shaped right to fit around the window so that caused problems. But this set I have now is much better, was shaped better for a perfect fit. View more reviews...
Posted By Janice W (MANSFIELD, OH) / April 22, 2015
2001 Ford Mustang
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AVS Bug Deflectors

Bug Deflector

I think the purchase that i made was a great one. View more reviews...
Posted By James A (Walpole , MA ) / November 30, 2011
2001 Ford Mustang
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AVS Windflector

Wndflector on '05 Mustang

I have an aftermarket sunroof on an '05 Mustang GT. The buffeting and noise were extreme, and you had to open the side windows to relieve the excess noise at any speed. Above 60- MPH, the car was a lot more comfortable with the sunroof closed. The Windflector did not initially fit perfectly- the roof was more curved than the Windflector. I cleaned the area w/ the alcohol swabs provided, lined it up, and stuck it in place. (TIP: use a Sharpie Marker to make your marks after measuring- the alcohol swabs remove all traces of the Sharpie after you finish installation). Then, I used a hair dryer to soften the Windflector and theoretically mold it better to the shape of the roof. Must have worked, just returned from a 300 mile trip, and the Windflector is still in place. Performance- great- I can travel at 80 MPH and virtually NO buffeting, and the car is a lot quieter with the sunroof open, at any speed, than before. I strongly endorse this great product!! View more reviews...
Posted By Michael W (Painesville, OH) / November 25, 2006
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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

AVS vs. EGR: What’s the Best Deflector for Your Car, Truck or SUV

AVS vs. EGR Believe it or not, your windshield doesn’t have to fall prey to suicidal bugs or free-flying rocks. With a bug deflector (also known as a hood shield) protecting your ride’s front-end, you can say goodbye to constant windshield washing and the threat of damage. You also don’t have to sacrifice fresh air […] The post AVS vs. EGR: What’s the Best Deflector for Your Car, Truck or SUV appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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