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Front underneath cover/undertray


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Hi All,

I was looking under the car at the weekend and found that the front undertray was hanging on with just 1 plastic nut - so I removed this nut and the undertray fell to the floor - it's in a pretty bad state, so have ordered a new one (part # 996.504.527.02) as well as the 6 clamps (999.507.657.09) and approx 10 plastic nuts (999.049.022.40).

Does anyone have photos/pictures or a description of where all the nuts/clamps are attached, so I make sure I re-attach the part correctly?

Thanks for any info you can give.

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Thanks Loren, I have the part numbers (as in my original post) - your diagram looks like the one from the PET - which unfortunately doesn't show the locations of all the nuts and clamps, just an illustrative sample.

And sorry, yes its a 2000 Mk1 GT3.

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I replace this part on my 04 Mk2, assuming the Mk1 is similar, the repair should be easy, lacking metalwork damage. The locations for the clips and nuts should be obvious. Check for denting in any metal underbody parts, the seams between abutting metal can get bent, and you may need to tap them flat into place with a hammer. Also, the metal studs holding the nuts can get bent or even broken off. If so, have your shop weld on new ones and prime the area to avoid rust.

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