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Old 10-20-2011, 05:33 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Problem With Bumper

Ok. I have noticed now that i have dropped my front bumper a couple of time's that the front screws only on each side are kinda loose. They don't seem to screw all the way in. They are in but keep turning won't stop. An leaves a very tiny gap between the bumper an fender. Sounds like something maybe stripped but im not sure. Any body else ran into this problem...?
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Old 10-20-2011, 06:03 PM   #2
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I haven't noticed anything. I believe those screws go into little plastic insets in the fender. Those pieces might be stripped need replacing.
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Default Re: Problem With Bumper

I've taken mine off tons of times since 2005 and it always lines back up.
Are you sure you screwed them ALL back in tightly?
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I've taken mine off tons of times since 2005 and it always lines back up.
Are you sure you screwed them ALL back in tightly?
Yeah. They go in to a certian point. Then they just turn an turn...
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are you using the right screws? just throwing it out there
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Just replace the plastics that are worn out and call it a day
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Default Re: Problem With Bumper

Originally Posted by BkzNism06 View Post
are you using the right screws? just throwing it out there
Yeah the same screw that came out of it. I notice that plastic clip to. That might be the problem. They probally stripped.. I looked them up only like a 1.50 each.. Gonna call a local dealer tomo see if they carry them. Courtesy nissan wants 11 dollars to ship a little clip...
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