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Ford Fiesta MK 7 Spoiler Screws

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Hi all,

I fitted an ST spoiler to my Ford Fiesta MK 7 some time ago now.

It looks great, but there is a problem that I've been putting to the back of my head ever since and I haven't sorted it.

Basically if look where the spoiler is screwed in with 4 screws, one of the screws doesn't go in, I think the hole may be too big and the screw just doesn't bite.

It's not a major issue, the spoiler is more than secure, but when I close the boot it makes a rattling sound (obviously where there isn't a screw and isn't held down fully)

Has anyone experienced this? If so how did you sort it. If not does anyone have any suggestions on how I can solve this?

Can post pictures if needed. :)

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Makes a rattling sound ? I had a rattle on my boot as it was closed, turns out the rattle was from the two black plastic round covers at the top/middle of the window, stuck a bit of blutak in and now that rattle has stopped.

The hole that is too big, fill it with epoxy 2 part resin and the re-drill and put the screw back in.

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28 minutes ago, Ian Lanc said:

Makes a rattling sound ? I had a rattle on my boot as it was closed, turns out the rattle was from the two black plastic round covers at the top/middle of the window, stuck a bit of blutak in and now that rattle has stopped.

The hole that is too big, fill it with epoxy 2 part resin and the re-drill and put the screw back in.

 

Legend, I'll give that a try, thank you

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