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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 4th May 2010, 06:46 Thread Starter
 
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Loose Wheel Arch/mudflap trim

I washed my car this weekend and noticed the drivers side wheelarch trim where the mudflap joins the side skirt is loose and doesn't want to stay connected to the side skirt when re-inserted.

Is there a screw or clip that holds this in place? and where would I get these replacement clips?

have read other threads regards this but not explaining where to get these parts what they are or how they fit.

A diagram showing what part I require and how they fit would be appreciated if anyone has one.

many thanks
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I cant help you .......
but ......if the car is in warranty, then the dealer should be able to fix it free of charge, providing youve not hit anything
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You need some small white clips and a push stud for inside the wheel arch... It's quite a bad design but it occurs the minute your mudflaps have a disagreement with the terrain!
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