California Pony Cars Splash Shield NXT Generation ABS Set Mustang V6/EcoBoost/GT 2015-2023
- ABS Plastic Construction
- Includes Mounting Hardware
- Made In The USA
- Easy Installation
Set of Four California Pony Cars ABS NXT Generation Splash Shields for 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023 V6, EcoBoost and GT Mustangs.
Take your 2015-2023 V6, EcoBoost or GT Mustang to the NXT level with this complete Set of Four California Pony Cars ABS NXT Generation Splash Shields (EXT-157-364), now available to purchase here at CJ Pony Parts!
Features and Benefits:
- Provide all-season protection against wet weather and road debris
- Quick and easy bolt-on installation
- Constructed from durable ABS with OEM style texture and finish
- Shields are paintable for a custom look
- Includes high-quality black oxide mounting hardware
- Proudly made in the USA
CPC is proud to offer these American-made splash shields for your new pony! Add an extra level of style and protection to your Mustang with these durable ABS plastic shields. Each shield is cut precisely to the shape of your Mustang's wheel well openings and will grab the fender edge firmly and securely. All of the necessary hardware is provided to make your install even easier. You'll love how the new textured shields protect your pony's body and paint from stones and road debris.
- Two (2) Front Splash Shields
- Two (2) Rear Splash Shields
- 3M Automotive Tape
- Hardware Included
Tech Tip: CPC strongly recommends using thread-locker on the included hardware during installation.
California Residents: Proposition 65 Warning
These CPC splash shields will fit your 2015-2018 V6, GT, or EcoBoost. There's also another part number available for the GT 350. These are sold as a set of four and include all the hardware, and they're made with ABS plastic with a texture to match the factory texture, making them look OEM when they're installed. These are made right here in the U.S.A. and are very to install and we're gonna show you how.
As I can't do the installation myself, Brendan's gonna run you through the installation. What I'm gonna do is explain the process, and he's actually gonna do the install and you can follow along.
Where this is gonna go, basically right here. But first, what I'm gonna do is remove the three factory clips.
Now, the top one's gonna be reused. Now, as far as mounting these, I actually like to have the texture facing outwards so it matches the back. If you wanted to, though, you could actually paint this and flip sides and put 'em on that way, as well.
What we're gonna do, though, is take the factory clip, put that in the top hole here. Now, what we're gonna do is use the two clips provided by CPC here, and then pull it back and put some double stick tape on the fender.
Now, we found to do it's easier to actually put it on the fender, then remove the backing and push the splash shield up against it. I'm gonna push against it and hold it to seat the tape, and you'll do is repeat the process on the other side and move on to the rears.
Now, the rear installs is similar concept. It's a little more involved. We're gonna remove the three factory push pins located here. This bottom one here will be reused when it's installed. But what we're gonna do, it's gonna mount pretty much, sorta just like that. We're gonna pull this away, the actual shield in here. There's some clips we have to install, and then supplied hardware from CPC will hold it in place.
Now, the two in here we're not gonna reuse, but the one in the bottom we will reuse with the splash shields. The clip's gonna mount here, there, and right there. Should just slide them over the holes.
Now we use three of these to install onto the clips that I just installed. The spacer is gonna go between the splash shield and the body, the washer will go on the outside. What I find is easier to do is to put the factory clip back into place first. That'll give you a little bit of an alignment. It can be kinda hard to get everything to line up behind the panel.
Now, I definitely suggest get all three started before you try to tighten them down, so you have a little bit of room to work. This part can be a little frustrating. Okay, once all three of them are started, now we're gonna tighten them down. Just make them snug, there's no reason to crank 'em down tight. Just make sure they're snug enough they pull up tight against the bumper cover.
Now, repeat the process on the other side and your installation is finished.
The CPC splash shields add a subtle look to the Mustang and a nice degree of protection, as well, for our paint. The installation, as you saw, is gonna be pretty straight forward, and the only tools you're gonna need are a Phillips head screwdriver and a flat head screwdriver. Thinking no more than an hour and you're gonna be back on the road in no time.