It’s 2 bolts and clips.
I can't help with the loose spoiler (hopefully it's a loose fastener not a broken clip), I can tell you from bike shop experience to throw away your tailgate mounted bike rack.I put a bike rack onto the rear door, with all the jumping in the mountain the spoiler (which was holding all the load) became a little loose, now it's making noises when I drive and it's driving me insane, Anyone know how to make it rock solid again?
I like your door sil protectors. Where did you get them??? Could you post a picture of the front door sills too?? ThanksSpeaking of getting rid of your bike rack as recommended by Phalkon30, if you only have one bike, have you tried utilizing your Magic Seat? I was able to fit my men’s Trek with the quick release tire removed, inside my 2018 HR~V EX AWD, away from being affected by the weather as well as eliminating any chances of it falling off a roof rack, (as well as the back breaking efforts needed for mounting and taking it off the roof, not to mention the wind drag especially driving on the highway) or coming off of a trunk rack. View attachment 32854
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Hi rszappa1! So funny but I had this feeling that others checking out this post will probably be more interested in exactly what you are, namely the threshold protectors than my bike fitting into the car by means of the Magic Seat!
Anyway, yes I bought these protectors as one of the first accessories when I bought my HR-V ! But there are much nicer ones too if you look and do a search on Amazon but they cost more. I believe I paid under $20 for the set! They are nothing fancy, just rubber strips with adhesive backing that you stick on each of the thresholds in your car. Warning though, when they are down and mounted you may ruin them if you try to pull them off. My advice is to peel back the protective covering on the back of the rubber strips downward to expose only half of the adhesive backing. Line up the top straight and then if it looks good, peel off the rest and press down over the entire face of the rubber strip to fully adhere it to your car. Good luck! Below is the link to the item on Amazon.