Hi I was wondering if anyone know where I can get nissan leaf wind deflectors from nissan want £125 wich is way too high please help happy ev
Yes. Those clips are pretty hard to push in. I used a big wide screwdriver. Make sure to get the clips the right way around. I wouldn't want to try getting one back out.I've also just fitted a set of Team Heko's, slot neatly into place, but getting the clips in required a hefty big shove using the square-ended blade of an all-steel tri-square.
But they're in, the leccy windows close ok, I just have to try driving with them.
I tend to like having the NSR window open a crack on motorway runs, to help throughput and allow use of a minimal fan setting.
Ps, just posted separately seeking advice on how to demist reliably in heavy rain & poor visibility, whilst not over-rapid battery depletion. 30kwh 16-plate Leaf.
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