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What is a replacement spoiler?
A replacement spoiler is an aerodynamic device typically mounted to the rear of a vehicle. Its purpose is to reduce drag and turbulence, and can also be decorative.
How do I determine if my replacement spoiler is faulty?
Visually inspect the Spoiler for signs of damage or wear. Check for cracks, loose parts, and chipped paint. If there is any damage, the spoiler will need to be replaced.
Can a faulty replacement spoiler cause damage to my vehicle?
Yes, a faulty replacement spoiler can cause damage to your vehicle. If the spoiler is not properly attached to the vehicle, it can cause air to flow over the body at an angle, resulting in additional drag, which can reduce fuel efficiency and create additional wear and tear on the vehicle.
How do I replace a replacement spoiler?
1) Remove any existing spoiler from the vehicle.
2) Clean the mounting surface of the vehicle to remove any dirt, debris, or old adhesive.
3) Apply adhesive to the mounting surface and attach the new spoiler.
4) Use clamps or weights to hold the spoiler in place while the adhesive sets.
How often should I inspect my replacement spoiler?
We recommend inspecting your replacement spoiler at least once a year to ensure it is in good condition and securely attached to the vehicle.