I like fresh air, so even in the winter months back east we would have the heat blowing on our feet and having the windows cracked opened.hyperv6 said:We get plenty of rain here and snow various times of the year So we either have the windows open or close not cracked windows.
I always worried about the stick ons pulling the paint off. Therefore, I've never used any. I may have to reconsider the in channel method.I have the Weathertechs on my '14 Nox. It took a while for the front windows to close without interference from the vents, but they work fine now. In channel is MUCH better than the stick ons.
I would rather use this channel design on my 19 Nox.Here is the GM/Lund vent visors I recently installed on my 2019 Equinox. WeatherTech doesn't offer stick-on or in channel visors for the Gen 3 (2018-2019) Equinox.
Even though these are in channel, they rely on 3M double faced tape to retain them in the window channel. They recommend 72 hours with the window closed to assure the tape bonds sufficiently. They provide a scuff pad and alcohol wipes to prepare the channel for installation.
.I would rather use this channel design on my 19 Nox.
I have not made the purchase yet...I worried about the additional restriction force the channel design will place on the window motor and regulator track assemblies?
Can you comment if you notice any additional change on the motor when the window meets the channel during opening or closing?
The visors allow us to crack open the window when raining without the rain entering the vehicle. Have you ever had the drivers window down and run the washers/wipers to clear the window?Help me out. What do the deflectors do for you ?
The visors allow us to crack open the window when raining without the rain entering the vehicle. Have you ever had the drivers window down and run the washers/wipers to clear the window?
.Help me out. What do the deflectors do for you ?
This is essentially true; they also are retained at the B pillar with a flange of the visor trapped between the outer plastic trim cover and the rubber window channel.They are held on with 3M double side tape.