I would say the installation is a one person job, but I needed some assistance from my awesome hubby at the end. After you snap the Weathertech Vent Visors into place, you have to lower and raise your windows 5 times each. I noticed that with each window the first and second time I needed to use my hand to help raise the window all the way up. After the fifth time, the windows were closing all the way by themselves. I had some trouble on the last window, but it was because the weather stripping on the van was bent in and I didn’t notice it until I started installing the WeathertechVent Visor. After some wiggling I got everything to fit snugly.
The instructions included are pictures, with a few word descriptions. At first I was pretty nervous, thinking that it HAD to be more difficult that it looked, but I was soon proved wrong. We were sent both the front and rear Weathertech Vent Visors and the installation took me 15 minutes total. I was amazed how easy it was! I started with the front driver’s side window first and worked my way around the can. The front Weathertech Vent Visors do not use adhesive, however the rear visors do.
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I took the van for a test drive and was excited by the noticeable noise difference. The Weathertech Vent Visors really did make a difference in the sound of the wind. I was able to talk to my mother in law on my headset with the window open and not only could I hear her perfectly, she could hear me without any noise! I also like that the Weathertech Vent Visors are sleek and don’t stick out far from the windows. They blend in perfectly and look like they were put on at the factory!
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