Oh James and Siragan know how i feel about interior removal.Whig-It said:you will have to remove the interior pieces to do this
That's what I did with my 95. I purchased a 92 GT 3 piece spoiler from some guy in Georgia for only $20 (great deal). Figuring out how to mount it was troublesome but the assembly came together well. Used L brackets to mount the center section. Side pieces have 2 bolts which must pass through rear quarters. Requires removal of interior side trim bits. After VERY careful measuring, drilled the holes and mounted side units. Reinstalled trim. It's a bit of work getting it done, but I agree, looks a lot better than the newer units. Plus it better differentiates a GT from an LX Sport.siragan said:Can you adapt the "old style" (91-92) style spoiler to the newer GTs (93-96) eaisly?
I don't like the new ones nearly as much as the old ones.
Unscrew the third brake lamp assembly. Use a screwdriver to pop up the ends of the spoiler - there's 2 plastic clips per side and they fit down in the hatch inside 2 rubber pieces. Use a thick rag to protect the bodywork while you're removing the spoiler. You'll probably need to bondo and paint over the old holes. In my case, the 3piece spoiler ends fit over the holes so I didn't worry with it.95EsortSittinLo said:How hard is to remove the 1 piece spoiler on the lx's? Im going to be doing that soon when i get my rice wing