Always the first step in every installation is verifying you have all you have everything to do the installation. Verify that all the nuts, bolt, and brackets are included, and gather the tools you will need. Don’t get worried if you get a lot of extra hardware, as most manufacturers include all the hardware for every application. You’ll just have to figure out which works for your specific application.
This installation of this air deflector
was on a F-150 SuperCab. The exact steps for your application may vary slightly but the overall process will be the same for any front air deflector. If the grille is not mounted to the hood installation will only involve the last 2 steps.
Remove 6 nuts along the back top edge of your grille, and 2 bolts on either side that attach the grille brackets to the hood and remove the grille.
Position the hood shield and mark the location of the screws at either end. Drill holes.
Re-position the hood shield and attach using screws that are provided.
Reinstall the grill and stand back and admire your work. Total installation time should be around 45 minutes. Now you have that cool bug shield while still protecting your factory components. It looks great and will protect the front of the hood from rock chips and bug guts.