Yeah! It's very easy install. The instructions threw me for a loop, so the 1st one took a while to make sure it was right. 2nd one took about 5 minutes.
Here's the best instructions I can give.
-Pull the rubber liner down on the front and rear windows.
-Remove the 4th screw from the front of the channel and install one of the two larger brackets. (You'll see them in the bag of hardware)
Note: this was the part that confused me. The wording in the instructions makes it seem like you need to take all the screws out and remove the channel. When, in reality, you only have to remove the one screw.
-Clean the black moulding above the windows. This is where the visor will stick to.
-Grab visor and look for the split in the protective tape on the double-sided sticky tape.
- Peel both sides back about an inch, or two, and fold them over the top of the visor. This will allow you to grab, and remove them, after you have the visor positioned and clipped in later.
- the exposed sticky tape should now line up with the installed bracket when you hold it up to the car.
- slide the back lip of the visor behind the bracket to clip it in.
- Grab the 2nd bag that contains the 10 smaller brackets. (You'll use 5 for each side of the car.)
- position the visor and ad the clips. The clips grab the channel and then push up into the visor to clip it in.
Note added by BarManBean: the bracket locations are NOT approximate. There is a holed drilled on the inside of each visor that connects exactly with each clip. Make sure to start each visor in the correct location and then install secondary brackets likewise.
- finetune your positioning and pull the rest of the protective tape off the sticky tape to secure the visor.
- push the rubber liner back into the door frame.
tip: I used my key fob to push the liner back in. I found its a lot easier than with your fingers. I'm sure there are better tools, but that's what I used. It's smooth and round, and doesn't risk tearing the rubber.
- stand back and admire your handy work.