The local Ford dealer's parts dept should be able to fix u up. Depending on
the level of aesthetically pleasing u wish to obtain, U cud use a length of
"Hillbilly Bolt" (Baling wire) or Red Green it with the "Handyman's Best
Friend" (duct tape). DaveD
If your dealership doesn't have them (or wants your left arm for payment),
most of the large auto parts places like Advance or AutoZone have a "Help"
parts rack or section for all sorts of fasteners and connectors. They should
be available there. These are the ones that are in the fender well, and on
the other half of the air dam, right? Did the old ones get ripped out
through the plastic? You might have to figure out how to fix the old
mounting areas first before installing the new fasteners.
The mounting holes didn't get ripped through, but i was surprised to
see that the were completely gone. i'm also having trouble pushing the
air shield back into place so that the holes line up. I'm wondering if
I will have to loosen the entire piece to get it in place.
On Fri, 6 Apr 2012 18:30:50 -0700 (PDT), firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I did the same thing. Got my replacement fasteners at Advance Auto. I
had to push the shield pretty hard to get the holes to line up, but it
wasn't a big deal. Just make sure you get the ones for Ford. The GM
ones look about the right size, but are a tad bit too small and will
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