Installing Mud Flaps
The Mud Flap Kit is designed to provide added protection against rocks and small road debris that can accelerate elemental wear and tear on your vehicle’s body and paint. If you drive on roads where heavy salt, sand, or gravel are commonly used to improve winter road conditions, installing this kit is the recommended way to protect your vehicle.
The Mud Flap Kit contains:
Perform these steps to install the mudflaps:
- Clean the installation area with alcohol and allow to fully dry before installation.
- Set air suspension height to Very High by navigating to .
- Turn the steering yoke fully to the left to provide access to the working area.
- Carefully use a push clip removal
tool or flathead screwdriver to remove the push clips that secure the front wheel
arch liner and underside of the rocker on the left side. Discard the push
clips.CAUTIONDiscard the existing push clips. Do not use the existing push clips to install the Mud Flap Kit.
- Maneuver the mud flap into place so that the plastic hook on the backside is secure underneath the wheel liner and align the mud flap so the push clip holes are aligned.
- Install the opened (plastic rivet
pulled out) new push clip into the hole on the underside rocker, and then push the
plastic rivet in to close the push clip.NoteMake sure to install the underside rocker push clip first.
- Install the opened (plastic rivet pulled out) new push clip into the wheel liner hole, and then push the plastic rivet in to close the push clip.
- Perform this procedure again on the right side of the vehicle to install the right mud flap.
- Set air suspension ride height back to your preferred setting and re-align the steering yoke.