I ordered this part because the installed one was split at the top due to the hole misalignment Eurocampes.com warned about in their description. I very carefully elongated the upper up and the two lower holes down to allow for the screws to be installed. The elongation was not visible after the screws were installed and I was happy with the results. I did not apply any sealant during the installation, but it might be a good idea to put a drop at each screw location to prevent any water from getting inside.
Reviewed by: Gary from Denver, Colorado.
Hole pattern didn't line up with the original 1995 VW Eurovan cover. After some minor drilling of expanded holes, the piece can be used. (EuroCampers response: Yes, glad you could make it work. The alignment issue is mentioned in the product description. This is the only replacement we have been able to locate for the factory original which is no longer available)
Reviewed by: Chris from Alaska.
Did not fit existing holes
This part did not fit my 2002 Eurovan, the top hole did not line up with the existing hole, and when I tried to angle the screw in to make it work it split and broke, so I am still using my old yellowed vent cover. (response from EuroCampers.com) The alignment issue is mentioned in the product description. You need to drill the holes slightly to get it to work. You can spruce up your old one by spray painting it with a plastic paint available at all home centers and Wal Mart.)
Reviewed by: William McClelland from Seattle.
Vent Cover not the one in the picture
Shipping was impeccable, but the vent that showed up was not the one in the picture. I had to drill new holes to make it work.
Reviewed by: Grady Hinsche from Los Gatos.
I put the vent cover on, but . . .
The three screw holes fitting it to our 1997 Eurovan Camper were not quite a match, and as I tightened the final and top screw, the plastic around the top hole cracked. Sad. Can't really see it, haven't told my wife. Probably won't fall off. Could have tightened more carefully, but I got too excited to see the vent cover on. Oh, well . . .
Reviewed by: James Wiegel from Tolleson, Arizona .