Video: 05-09 Mustang SVE Decklid Panel Install
Published on 2012-12-18
If you are looking to add more style to the rear of your 2005-09 Mustang, the SVE Decklid Blackout Panel is the way to go! This decklid panel is made from high impact plastic for a long lasting and great fitting part. The matte black finish looks good on any color and adds unique styling to your Mustang! The install takes just a few minutes to complete and you can't beat the affordability of this Mustang blackout decklid panel!
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JONATHAN MCDONALD: Adding a bit of extra style to your 2005 to '09 Mustang is as simple as putting on one of our SVE decklid blackout panels. It installs super easy and will probably take as much time to get out of the box as it will to stick it on your car. Now, you don't want to completely remove the protective backing from the tape. You just want to fold the corners over. That way you can stage the part and get it centered. And then you can go ahead and remove the tape once it's in place.
Now, you'll want to peel just one corner. On the top, fold it to the top. On the bottom, fold it to the bottom, sides to the sides. And then, these two center pieces, you want to pull each end and fold it to the center so you can completely remove that piece.
Take the included alcohol prep pad, and wipe down the entire area where the double-sided tape is going to be sticking to the paint. You want to start out with this area clean. So if you need to wash your car before hand, go ahead and do that.
Alright, go ahead and center your panel up around the faux gas cap. And start peeling your tape. And give it a final once over working from the center out to make sure that the tape is fully bonded to the deck lid. Now, this SVE decklid panel took no time to install and really churched up the look of the back end of this '05 to '09 Mustang. Now, for more exterior appearance mods, check out latemodelrestoration.com.