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    Fitting instructions for wind deflectors

    Hi all, basically I have a set of new in box Nissan JDM wind deflectors, and would like to get round to fitting them onto my 14a.

    Normally this wouldnt be a problem I would simply look at the item and then car, and just fit them how I see works.

    However. In the box is a 4 page fitting instructions but it is all in Japanese and the pictures have thrown me a bit.

    As far as I can see forgetting the instructions, the plastic trim surrounding the top of the window stays on, and the deflector clips around it and also has a line of built in sticky tape for good measure.

    Can anyone confirm that what I was going to do is correct course of action please, pictures are an easy explain if you have any

    Thanks people....

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    the window trim does stay in place.

    #1 use supplied wipe to clean the mounting surface

    #2 remove backing on sticky stuff

    #3 carefully clip in place and quickly align things if needed.

    #4 press along length to stick firmly in place.

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    Thank you very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by spm_steve View Post
    the window trim does stay in place.

    #1 use supplied wipe to clean the mounting surface

    #2 remove backing on sticky stuff

    #3 carefully clip in place and quickly align things if needed.

    #4 press along length to stick firmly in place.
    ** Sticky stuff doesn't always do the job. A small amount of silicon might be needed depending if water leaks through. Don't go OTT though as its a pain to get off

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