Join Date: Feb 2019
Location: Toronto, Canada
DIY: Rear Spoiler Adjustment
The rear spoiler adjustment is a fairly straight forward procedure.
On my car, the gap to the rear hatch and side to side position were OK.
However, the height of the spoiler ends where they meet the rear fenders were way off.
This is the second run at this DIY, unfortunately this site didn’t seem to like embedded pictures in the first attempt.
To avoid a bunch of thumbnail pics all together I’ve broken it up in a series of posts.
Firstly, I would rate this a 4 out of 10 in terms of difficulty but it does take a little patience.
It took me a couple of attempts before I was satisfied with the result.
I’ll lay this out step by step.
It’s important to do things in the right sequence.
- T-20 Torx bit for screws removal.
- Small ratchet or alternatively a Torx bit driver with flex coupling.
- 13mm socket
- 10mm socket – deep socket is best
- Fine point marker (or similar)
Last edited by InTgr8r; 05-30-2019 at 09:25 AM.