AVS In-Channel Vent Visors
- Greater Visibility: The in channel design has greater visibility and less wind noise. No leg to obstruct the side view mirror. Auto Ventshade rain deflectors keep the rain out and the fresh air in.
- Easy Installation: The Inchannel vent visor deflector offers a Easy No-Drill Installation and a snug, secure fit. These AVS side window vent visors installs nicely into the window channel and hold tight using 3M tape.
- Sleek Appearance: AVS window in-channel vent visors have a sleek and streamlined appearance. The No exterior tape touches the vehicle.
- Smoke Finish: AVS window deflectors are available in a popular smoke acrylic finish.
- 2 Piece & 4 Piece Sets: Over 200 applications are available for Auto, Pickup & SUV.
- AVS Warranty - Backed by Auto Ventshade with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
- Made in the USA
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An update of AVS's landmark Auto Ventshade vent visor design is the Auto VentShade In-Channel vent visors. The AVS inchannel vent visors and window deflectors offer the same protection from the elements in a sleek, streamlined profile. The AVS side window deflectors with an in channel design have greater visibility and less wind noise. These AVS inchannel window deflector offers an easy no-drill installation and a snug, secure fit. Auto Ventshade rain guards are available for a variety of cars, pickup trucks, sport utility & cross over vehicles. The AVS inchannel window deflector make its so no exterior tape touches your vehicle. Browse AVS inchannel vent visors in over 200 vehicle applications. Including car vent visors, suv & pickup truck vent visors.View Available Part Numbers For This Product Line
The Auto Ventshade In-Channel vent visors offer an easy installation. For additional information please call us at 1-866-309-1907 or 701-253-5906.
When installing these vent visors on any 2011 vehicle, you may need 2 people for installation. Have someone gently pull out the front and rear flange while someone else taps the window shut (leaving the window shut for 48 hours).
Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||4.6|
|Price / Value||4.5|
|1012 Customer Reviews|
|I ordered a set for my 2013 Ford Edge. The instructions were simple and the kit provided everything needed for the installation. Just cleaned the channels, peeled the tape and inserted the visors. Left the windows closed overnight. They look good. After initially appearing a little flimsy, upon installation they are more rigid. They work great. The price was acceptable compared to other products.|
|Title pretty much says it all. Received as a Father's Day gift. Selected these because of positive reviews and low price. Followed manufacturer's directions for installation - which was quick and easy. But in less than a month the two rear visors and the front driver's visor failed. Going to try a different brand instead.|
|Very happy with service and price and on time delivery|
|Fast shipment, easy install, Changed review because the small tabs do not hold the visors in heat with the windows down.|
|outstanding price, appearance and does job, keeps the rain out while letting fresh air in cab. I do recommend reading the installation instructions carefully, however not complicated.|
|Did a fair bit of research before I bought the in-channel visors for my 2011 Titan Crew Cab. I was hoping that the reviews that mentioned the "auto-reverse" issue were just isolated incidents. Not so. I have the same issue, but it seems that temperature differences may play a part in how often the auto-reverse triggers, because it doesn't happen all the time. It's really annoying when it happens to a passenger in the truck and they nearly freak out.|
These visors look great and fit well, but in my opinion, there is so much flexibility in the channel rubber that it's nearly impossible to have a stable fit that will completely eliminate the auto-reverse thing. In fact, at times, the rear windows will actually hit squarely on the bottom front corner of the visor and you can't get the window to close without some manual intervention (pulling the visor out away from the glass). Here again, temperatures may play a part in this because it doesn't happen all the time. Higher temperatures may cause expansion of the visor in the channel allowing unexpected and annoying disruptions in normal window operation.
I've put up with this for several weeks, but it just ain't right, so it looks like I'm going to have to find exterior mounted visors to replace the in-channel ones. In my initial search, they didn't seem to be very plentiful. In-channel seems to be the dominant type in the market.
By the way, I followed the instructions regarding leaving the windows closed for the recommended period, etc., etc. If you don't mind the occasional (or often) interruption in the way your windows close, these visors really do look great.