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Old 07-10-2011, 02:38 PM   #1
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piece under front bumper falls off?

curious if this has happened to anyone besides me...so im driving home from work on wantagh parkway at 430am and i feel something rattling messing with a tire, i pull over thinking its a flat only to find out that the piece like under the front bumper to the front wheels, the like flat black plastic piece that i guess holds all the wiring and boxes for the headlights/fogs etc broke off on one sie and was only attatched on the drivers side still, after no help from AAA and the nissan roadside assistance a cop happened to pull over, have me his baton, and i snapped off the other side so i could drive home, since nissan isnt open till tmrw i wont be driving it for now, just wondering if this had happened to anyone else or if their might be some reason for it to randomly break off on one side.


thanks guys, sorry about the long post lol
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Old 07-10-2011, 02:57 PM   #2
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sorry to hear that but were you missing any clip in the plastic to make it fall off?
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Old 07-10-2011, 02:58 PM   #3
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i gotta imagine thats what it was cause the one side that was attatched seemed alright, but the other side had like a broken off screw, it looked like it had been like deteriorating or something idk
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i gotta imagine thats what it was cause the one side that was attatched seemed alright, but the other side had like a broken off screw, it looked like it had been like deteriorating or something idk
if theres broken screw then it bound to come off
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Old 07-10-2011, 05:51 PM   #5
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The wantagh parkway is pretty crappy especially between merrick rd and sunrise highway lolll. I know the piece you're talking about because at one point my fog light looked sort of pushed in or recessed too far back so I just reached under the bumper, pushed up the black peice and realigned the fog. Let us know what they tell you.
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