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Hi all,

My bumper on the left side does not align perfectly with the bonnet, like on the right side!

It looks like the bumper has drooped down slightly on this side?

Any ideas on how I can adjust the bumper or bonnet fix this?

Its not that noticeable, but to me it is!

What do you's all think?

see pic attached.

Thanks

James

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Edited by Loren

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Have a look at the Front Bumper Removal DIY Tutorial and the DIY Video.

Basically you need to loosen the center screws and side screws (under the sidemarkers - then have someone hold it in place while you tighten the screws down.

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Cheers,

Will do, I'll check it out, video sounds helpful.

Many thanks Loren

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Did you check to see if the rubber stoppers on each side of the hood (bonnet) are adjustable to balance the gap? Sometimes you may have accidentally turned them out of balance over time.

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Did you check to see if the rubber stoppers on each side of the hood (bonnet) are adjustable to balance the gap? Sometimes you may have accidentally turned them out of balance over time.

Cheers CosmosC4S

I will check them rubber stoppers, sounds very possible.

Thanks

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