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Old 07-27-2006, 08:28 PM   #1
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My hood'* sheet metal has come loose from the frame. Shakes bad and makes alot of noise. What can I do to fix this? I live in the Hot south and I think the glue or what ever holds it together has failed.
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This is mechanical enough, I'm moving this to 92-99.
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Okay? Any ideas how to repair? Has anyone else had this problem?
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Okay? Any ideas how to repair? Has anyone else had this problem?
i have never heard of that happening....buse bet is to check the local junkyards, 92-99 hoods will work for you
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My hood'* sheet metal has come loose from the frame. Shakes bad and makes alot of noise. What can I do to fix this? I live in the Hot south and I think the glue or what ever holds it together has failed.
Buy a coupla tubes of liquid nails at Home Depot and shoot it up good.

But it works.
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My hood'* sheet metal has come loose from the frame. Shakes bad and makes alot of noise. What can I do to fix this? I live in the Hot south and I think the glue or what ever holds it together has failed.
Buy a coupla tubes of liquid nails at Home Depot and shoot it up good.

But it works.
Prob'ly not a bad idea. Liquid nails (when used correctly) grips like you wouldn't believe. And is still flexible enough to deal with the vibration.

I might also suggest 100% silicone adhesive, if noone can come up with a more "official" answer.
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My hood'* sheet metal has come loose from the frame. Shakes bad and makes alot of noise. What can I do to fix this? I live in the Hot south and I think the glue or what ever holds it together has failed.
Buy a coupla tubes of liquid nails at Home Depot and shoot it up good.

But it works.
Not a bad idea! I have nothing to loose. Don't want to repaint and all that.
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