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post #1 of 9 Old 08-07-2019, 04:58 AM Thread Starter
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Splash Guards for Compass Trailhawk

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I have purchased a 2019 Compass TrailHawk. Dealer tells me that splash guards are not available from Mopar for the compass trailhawk. is this correct? I need to purchase these as, because of the rains the stone derbies are hitting the side doors and causing a lot of scratches.
Does the normal compass splash guard not fit the compass trailhawk?

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post #2 of 9 Old 08-07-2019, 10:17 AM
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I have them on my 2018 latitude, from what I remember the splash guards fit all MP models. Buy them online and install them yourself its cheaper
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I have them on my Trailhawk. All models take the same part numbers.
Mopar part #82214642AE
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A number of places on line you can purchase at a lower price than dealer.
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I have them on my Trailhawk. All models take the same part numbers.
Mopar part #82214642AE
Mopar Part #82214643AE
A number of places on line you can purchase at a lower price than dealer.
Thanks a lot for helping out on this. Just would like a little favor. Could you kindly post a photo with the bumper and exhaust visible. Secondly is your trailhawk a diesel or petrol. Mine is a diesel and the exhaust is situated on the left hand side.
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Only Petro here in the States. My exhaust is on the right side.

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Thanks for the reply. Finally got things sorted out. Here in India, the Trailhawk is only available in Diesel and with Euro 6 regulations kicking in, the Trailhawk here comes with an additional tank for Ad Blue situated on the right hand side which makes the installation of the rear right side splash guards and little bit tricky. But it worked out and the job was done well. Thanks for all the help provided.
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When I bought mine, the dealer told me the 2018 and 2019 rears don't fit eachother...because why would they. Something about the 2018 guards would rub something on the 2019s?
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When I bought mine, the dealer told me the 2018 and 2019 rears don't fit eachother...because why would they. Something about the 2018 guards would rub something on the 2019s?
That is what I was also told. But there are no new splash guards on the mopar site and the accessories list provided to me had the same splash guards mentioned as the old ones. These fitted onto the 2019 model without any problems
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Thanks for the reply. Finally got things sorted out. Here in India, the Trailhawk is only available in Diesel and with Euro 6 regulations kicking in, the Trailhawk here comes with an additional tank for Ad Blue situated on the right hand side which makes the installation of the rear right side splash guards and little bit tricky. But it worked out and the job was done well. Thanks for all the help provided.
"Ad Blue" ....... Hehe....... In North America we call it "Diesel Exhaust Fluid", or "DEF"

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