Mine was two pieces and unscrews and unhook the brake light if you have a brake light in the spoiler. After you take the screws out and pull it off there will be goo all over the place that will take some time to clean off with goo gone.
You'll then need to plug the holes in the glass with something I dug little rubber plugs out of a parts car but I've seen silicone used to fill the holes as well.
Also, you could, if you have money unlike myself, buy a hole-less rear glass.
Is there a specific part to fill the holes in the glass left by the spoiler when its removed. I dont like the look of the silicone, and i cant find proper plugs.
I don't beleive that there is. Like I said I rumaged around in a parts car til I found some interior rubber pieces that go to God knows what and popped those in....
Goo Gone, Crap Remover, WD-40, Weed killer, whatever just giving an example
I used carriage bolts and some rubber grommets that I found a the local parts store. I bucked some length off of the stove bolts for better fitment, rattle canned them black and baked them in the oven for a few hours.
Edit: imageshack is being a biotch tonight
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