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Old 01-15-2019, 07:49 PM
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I wanted to do a thorough and all encompassing thread on the elusive 1998-2000 GMC Jimmy Envoy rear spoiler...aka, the most highly desirable piece of plastic S-Series fanatics have been clamoring for.

I have found very little online on how it removes, parts numbers, replacement bulbs, etc.

I will post a bunch of pics of my recent finding, that will hopefully help others in the future.

Here's how they came, attached to the back hatch window.

Attached with double sided tape and 4 clips that hold it tight.






The light is neon, the reason for the high voltage stickers.

I will post more info tomorrow, of what part numbers are listed on the actual spoiler itself.
 
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cool!
 
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Awesome. What do the clips clip onto?
 
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Old 01-17-2019, 02:45 PM
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They clip onto some plastic latches that are built onto the rear glass. I'll have to take some pics, but they look like the tailgate striker latch for the swing tire carrier.

Made in Canada, and technically an air deflector.




Here's the wiring connections. Notice, the wire from the light has a male connector, and the blazer wiring is a female.


Now here's the wiring for the normal led rear light... Notice, the light wire connection is a female, and the blazer wiring is a male.

 
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Lmfao... figured... made in canada... found everywhere else......
 
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Searched up the product number, aparently this is called a "High Mount Lamp". As always, discontinued by GM...


 
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Originally Posted by DonL View Post
Searched up the product number, aparently this is called a "High Mount Lamp". As always, discontinued by GM...
Considering the number of Blazers still on the road, you'd think that GM would do a better job with more spare parts. Mechanical parts are still available but it is the other stuff that can get hard to find. This could eventually spell trouble now that my truck is officially 20 y.o. (build date: 10-19-1998)
 
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Just think GM... All this money you could be making on parts and accessories... anyone know where to get the molds? Lol...
 
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Here are some shots from the junk yard of the connecting parts on the rear window;









^Here is where the rubber grommit and wires go through.
 
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I wonder if those clips are that important on reinstall... maybe the double sided tape should be good?
 

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