from Potter Valley, CA
I personally would not recommend WeatherTech Window Deflectors for anyone wanting to install them on a 2013 Ford Explorer. My reason for this is the front windows' window resistance obstruction feature causes a clicking noise as the window reaches the upper most travel location due to hitting a spot on the deflector in its designed contour. I followed the installation instructions to the letter, allowing the windows to remain closed for well over the recommended 12 to 48 hours. It still requires a forced outward pressure on the front window deflectors' rear-most area, to the point of almost breaking the material it is made of, in order to get the window to closed. The rear windows do not have the same problem but appear that they may not be engineered to really fit snuggly within the window track. It appears as though the molded flange area is more exposed in the track than it should be. Numerous attempts to seat the deflector upward and deep within the track have not worked. I gave considerable thought to returning the deflectors and trying another company's product, but since all the windows do function, even with some difficulty, I did not return them.
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