The car is a 2009.5 and it only has 1,800 miles. I bought the car to have in St Louis when I traveled there on business. Im driving it back to Arizona Sunday and once I find out how it is attached, I may sell it.
I will let you know for sure once I find out how easy it is to remove and if any holes will be left behind.
Both. Pop your trunk and you will see two bolts on each side.
Using fishing line makes it easy to cut through the 3M adhesive tape.
There is a strip of it accross the front and one around each bolt
and a small patch on each end. Will take you about 1/2 hr or so to remove
then use Goo Gone to take off the remaining adhesive. Thats another good 1/2 hr.
Then you will have 4 bolt holes in your trunk.
They match up perfectly with the previous smaller spoiler should you wish to swap.