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Stupid question..but anyone have a good product for glueing a bumperette back onto your body? Mine broke lose somehow...it was originally glued on, mst have been the result of an accident on that side years before I bought it.

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if u have a 99-2001 and ur bumperette is colored, it's an aftermarket cover that sticks on the bumperette itself.

if it's 2002-2005, the bumperette is colored and clipped to the bumper cover. you'll have to pull the bumper cover off to reattach the bumperette.

if it's 99-2001 and it's not colored, i think it's also clipped on. not sure if the bumper cover needs to be removed to do that.

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sorry 1999 C4. Yes, it's supposed to be clipped on, but it must have been partially broken in a previous accident. I used some PB weld and it's on like donkey kong! lol. Sorry to post a meaningless question, but I figured someone might have had this happen and had some good feedback on a better product to use. But it seems that PB weld is holding up nicely.

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if u have a 99-2001 and ur bumperette is colored, it's an aftermarket cover that sticks on the bumperette itself.

if it's 2002-2005, the bumperette is colored and clipped to the bumper cover. you'll have to pull the bumper cover off to reattach the bumperette.

if it's 99-2001 and it's not colored, i think it's also clipped on. not sure if the bumper cover needs to be removed to do that.

Just learned something new, Can anyone tell me a good source to get the covers?

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contact eric the plug guy if you want a colored cover for your bumperette. note that a painted one may be easily damaged if you parallel park a lot.

Sorry to say I am a little lost, Eric the plug guy? I searched it but came up with a long list. Thanks

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contact eric the plug guy if you want a colored cover for your bumperette. note that a painted one may be easily damaged if you parallel park a lot.

Sorry to say I am a little lost, Eric the plug guy? I searched it but came up with a long list. Thanks

bumperplugs.com

I love the intro song! Thanks Loren :renntech:

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