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front bumper allignment

I've been battling with this issue for a while now. I can't figure out if it is the bumper that is distorted, the brackets, or if there is something wrong with the body under the brackets.

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Have you taken it to the dealer yet or do you remember possibly hitting something? I am not familiar with how the front bumper attaches exactly.


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haven't been to the dealer. the guy I bought the car from had the gt500 bumper installed and it has been like this since. I looked at the brackets that hold the bumper in place and they seem fine so I'm not sure what the deal is.
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Both sides are the same, as well as the rear bumper, which hasn't been taken off or modified in any way.
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Both sides are the same, as well as the rear bumper, which hasn't been taken off or modified in any way.
you dont have it on all the way.. that lip going into the wheel well area needs to be pulled to the rear of the car more and then pushed in. It should be on the other most rear part of the splash shield and metal. easy fix.

Just undo the screws on each side and maye a flat head screw driver for prying. . its gunna be tight.

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