Re: [DML] Re: Cold intake / rear fascia removal
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Re: [DML] Re: Cold intake / rear fascia removal

I'm not sure what you're trying to do with the fascia, but if you are just
going for paint you can separate the rubber fascia piece from the fiberglass
support piece.

I looked at the DMCH store drawings and the fiberglass piece isn't labeled.
It looks like it should be #10, but 10 says it is a washer, so that
fiberglass piece is unnamed.

My car has this update. Both times I've tried to remove the rear fascia I
was unable to get this sucker loose and took off the rubber unit solo. Be
careful putting it back on, the first time I put a chip into the paint at
the very upper right corner of the fascia, but that is now gone thanks to
the nice new paint job on the fascias.


On 12/17/06, Ryan Wright <ryanpwright@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>   So, issue: I've been informed there aren't supposed to be any bolts
> going into the pontoons. Sure enough, my workshop manual doesn't
> mention them. Did some idiot add these?
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