They are very easy to install, unscrew existing bolts and attach. Well, except for the passengers side - rear. That one requires the wheel to be removed so you can drill a hole that's missing. I installed them (for now) without removing the wheel or drilling the hole for the inner most bolt (on passenger rear only). It's not going anywhere, there are still 3 other bolts holding it. I figured I'll be rotating the tires at 5k anyways, I'll drill the hole when then. Why waste the time removing a wheel now?
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Good find and great price for the splash guards. I want to like them but I always feel the change the look of the van/cars when installed.
Put up some pics of the van with the splash guards installed if you get a chance. Maybe more real world pics will entice me to change my mind and order a set.
So I thought I could just find some pictures on google and repost, no such luck. Not even from Chrysler.
So here's some pictures from a couple of different angles. I think the mud flaps look/fit nice on the van, you might say they compliment it! Please excuse the dirty van, I drove home in pouring rain today (we needed the rain). Real world testing, LOL. No BIG mud splatters from driving in the rain/mud (and you can see how the tires are real dirty). I'd say the splash guards are doing their job.
It looks like the splash guards are a configurable option when ordering the Pacifica. I wonder if they're selected in the order if they would be installed at the factory or just tacked on by the dealer upon arrival. Anyone know?