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There has been much discussion here about the limited spoiler options. I saw a Fusion with a spoiler at the local dealer the other day, and he told me that it was designed to fit the Honda Accord, but also fits the Fusion. I talked with another guy at a parts place today, who called a manufacturer and got the same info. I have ordered an Accord spoiler for my Fusion, and should have it in about seven days. I will update on how it fits and looks.
 

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There has been much discussion here about the limited spoiler options.  I saw a Fusion with a spoiler at the local dealer the other day, and he told me that it was designed to fit the Honda Accord, but also fits the Fusion.  I talked with another guy at a parts place today, who called a manufacturer and got the same info.  I have ordered an Accord spoiler for my Fusion, and should have it in about seven days.  I will update on how it fits and looks.
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I think that is one of the ones Spoiler Direct sells for $99.00 dollars unpainted.  what did you pay for the one you ordered if I may ask?
 

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$199.00 painted to match the car, with a center brake light. I have a guy who does minor body work for dealers in town who said he would install it for $25.00. Expecting to have it in about seven days.
 

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I picked up my spoiler today, painted in black to match the car. The dealer got it from Razzi Ground Effects--the web site is www.razzi.com. They have two different spoilers for the Fusion, and a complete ground effects kit. The spoiler cost me $199.00 painted. The ground effects kit is about $799.00. I got part #255-P20211, the "short" one with LED brake light, and I think it looks awesome. Will get it installed Monday. I could probably do it myself, but I don't want to think about drilling holes in my car!
 

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Well got the spoiler and took it to be installed. It looks great on the car, but two problems. The installation bolts, etc. in the package weren't the right ones for this spoiler, so we had to improvise. Then, we got it on and the LED brake light doesn't work. Tested the wiring and it is getting current--the LED is just bad. The store is ordering me a replacement, and it should be in tomorrow. It swaps out with two small screws.
 

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something 2 think about when installing a wing with a 3rd brake light....make shure you remove the bulb from the stock 3rd brake light.....car will look retarded with 4 rear BRAKE lights......just a word of advise....
 

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Got my replacement LED unit, and it didn't work either. Decided something wasn't right with this picture--couldn't have two bad units in a row, and started playing around with the wiring. Switched the positive and negative where the guy spliced it into the rear window brake light, and it worked like a charm. It didn't matter which wire was which on a regular light bulb, but apparently it does with the LED. I think this spoiler looks great on the car. Total cost with tax, paint, & installation = $235.00.
 

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I saw a Fuse with a raised spoiler in the Metro Detroit area last week, and it looked nice.
 
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