7. Once you have cut through the entire adhesive in the middle, repeat the process you began with to cut through the adhesive on the opposite side you started.
8. When the entire adhesive has been removed, the spoiler should simply lift off. The next step in the process is to remove the residue left behind you weren’t able to remove with the spoiler. This can be done in one of two ways:
- a. Use your finger(nail) to rub off the adhesive. It’s not on there and this is certainly a viable option, but will take some time.
- b. Your second option is to use the well-known product Goo Gone. Simply follow the instructions on the bottle and you will have it off in no time.
9. Once the entire adhesive has been removed, go over the area with an alcohol prep pad to promote better adhesion.
** At this point you are ready to begin the installation process
10. Remove the red film protecting the adhesive on your new GT500 spoiler. (A second pair of hands will come in handy at this point to help you properly align the location of the your new spoiler).
11. Lightly touch the spoiler to the deck lid once you have found the proper location. This can be done by lining up the end of the spoiler to the end of the deck lid and also by aligning the indentation in the center of the spoiler with the third brake light. Ultimately you want to ensure the holes on the underside line up and the best way to do so is by having your buddy lightly hold the spoiler in place while you check on the underside of the deck lid.
12. Using the supplied screws and your Phillips-head screwdriver, loosely tighten the outermost screw once you have checked the alignment then repeat the process on the other side. At this point you should be able to tackle the rest of the job on your own.
13. Screw in the remaining two (2) screws, making sure not to over tighten and most importantly, making sure not to drop them in between the deck lid.
14. Now, refer back to step two (2) of the instructions and repeat the process, only in reverse order.
15. Finally, you’re done! Now stand back and admire the new, aggressive rear end of your ride.