Robert I: Just bought a set for my Insignia. Thanks for the video
graham navin: noise problem bit of vaseline on the window :P
Neil Jackson: ended up throwing them away.
South Revolution: mine keeps coming lose, is there any chance of me putting another 4 bits of extra strong double sided tape? will that be ok?
David Donnelly: mine hide half the mirror on my 320 bmw passenger side.
Cal McD: Mine got caught at the bottom and snapped straight away...
Steven hickman: you have a clip in the front which is wrong, you need the clips in the top of the groove and not near the front as per instructions, also make sure the clips are fully inserted so the glass does not touch them or buy clim air ones.
daniel tannahill: Just put the clips in i had that with mine then i put the clips in and it was fine
Roberto García: repeat it one more time till you break the window electric engine!!! btw....i guess that i will buy climair ones.
thanks for the video
Matt768: Try having someone in the car opperating the window while you help the window up with both hands 1 inside one outside, then when its up leave it up for 12 to 24 hours for the rubber seals to mould into a new shape around the deflectors, this should stop, A: the anti catch mechanism from lowering the window, and B: the terrible noise.
Colin Hutchinson: I have fitted these on my Insignia with the windows going up and down no probs. My problem is the wind noise i get on the drivers window.. Ive tried refitting several times but still get bad wind noise. Any help would be appreciated.
freddie carr: is that the clip ya can see on the outside when it should be on the inside hence the grating sound?
ggj666: "climair" worked great on my cars and they don't need metal bits to wedge in them either. If you watch the fitting video on Heko own site the bloke who fits them cant even wind the window fully up!!
veritasamicus: Have these on my golf mk4 and the windows used to close very slowly and the anti-jam would activate , I kept forcing the window closed by holding the switch in the up position . After a week the regulator on the driver side broke and the next day the passenger side ( I know I'm an idiot ) wish I had seen this video sooner . Be warned folks !!
felga69: I have the same problem with driver's window. The other one is good. I think that problem is because driver's window is used more often than the other one. I'll try to fix it with double sided tape.
adrian17cy: Hi there! I've ordered a set of deflectors and installed them. I have a problem though... every 2-3 days the deflectors pop out from the slot. The clip remain in place, but when I lower the window, the edge pops out. The fits just fine in the channel... but after few days it pops out. I refited a new double face tape, repositioned the clips, but still nothing. Can you please advice me?
ak77dragon1: Cheers for vid..just ordered some for my civic and hope to get them in a few days... This video will help me :-)
bear grylls: i had these deflectors, sAmE pROblem aS u, CLIps DIDNt fiT And defleCtORs WRE COming LOose SO ENdED up Just TAKING the freakERS ofF, WastED 30 quid
dazza: squeeze them to begin slightly, make sure the hook side is facing towards the cars interior, shove in with a flat head screwdriver between the rubber and the deflector and use your finger to hold it roughly in position and shove. (yes its hard but they do go in mate) they are not useless tbh and they certainly do not come back out easily so make sure they are in where you want them or you will be there ages tryna wedge them out
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