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I've just been into the dealer to pick up a replacement bolt for the rear bumper. After just a few months, one of the four dark grey dome-headed allen bolts - the second from the left - holding the rear bumper in place was showing signs of surface rust(they're just under the rubber seal for the boot opening).So I ordered a new one on Wednesday and collected it today. Thankfully, I wasn't charged for the bolt as "the paperwork would cost most than the bolt is worth".

I'll have to clean the car before fitting it, and then a smear of ACF-50 grease on the threads, and a squirt of ACF-50 liquid on the exposed surface.


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Good man. It's a good idea to coat all the bolts and nuts everywhere (yup, underneath the car too
) from day one with something like ACF-50 or equivalent.
 
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