There are outfits that repair the plastic bumpers and usually doesn't cost
too much when deliveered... meaning off the car.
Otherwise, you can try roughing up the back side of the plastic by scoring
ti with a knife and sandpaper... apply polyurethane glue and another rigid
backing like another roughed up plastic.
I think the better solution is to use weatherstrip adhesive... yellow or
black... apply on the plastic back and apply on the another plastic for
backing... let dry a bit and then stick them on.
Thanks a lot for taking the time to help me. I realize now that the
problem is more common that I antecipated.
I also have an Acura and had a few times, to be helped by some one
that calls himself "TeGGeR"on the Acura group . He is very much like
you, allways ready to help in a frendly maner.
I wonder if ther is any relation bettween the two.
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