[DML] 4b. Re: Rear Fascia Warped?
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[DML] 4b. Re: Rear Fascia Warped?

I have a similar issue with my July, '81 DeLorean.
What I have installed is a one inch outside diameter rubber hose 
with a wall thickness of 1/8" and it's 2'-6"long.  You may want to 
go with a rubber hose with a thicker wall.
The hose can slipped into place at the base of the closing plate 
inbetween the closing plate and the epoxy coated frame.  It helps to 
remove both rear tail light lenses to view both ends of this rubber 
My D came with the rubber hose already installed when I bought it 
back in 2001.  If I take it out then my engine cover will not close.
I just verified all of this while at work.  Yes, it's pretty slow 
since it's New Years Eve and who else is really working?

Mark R. Vanyo.
VIN 02261.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, doctorDHD@... wrote:
> I'm actually not sure it's the fascia that's warped.  I think its 
> fiberglass skeleton underneath it.  In the parts diagram it is 
the "RR  Closing 
> Panel".  The part with the latch inside.
> Thank  you,
> Dave Delman
> 1981 Electric DeLorean  Project
> electricdelorean.com
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