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01-03-2013 10:00 AM
FordService
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Originally Posted by Christopher909 View Post
Thanks for the advice, all. The fix was indeed simple - replaced front passenger air deflector.
It appears Iím late to this thread, Christopher909. Iím happy you got it taken care of.

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Originally Posted by markwb View Post
...It probably is held in place with the split rivet or push pin type fasteners.
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Originally Posted by jdetzel View Post
...Check this that was posted a few days ago...
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Originally Posted by suss6052 View Post
It is the same part as shown in the proper diagram...
Itís great to see such an awesome community; thanks for lending a hand, guys!

Cory
01-02-2013 01:49 PM
Christopher909
Thanks

Thanks for the advice, all. The fix was indeed simple - replaced front passenger air deflector.
01-02-2013 09:21 AM
jdetzel The base part number is not model specific. That same base part number is also the same for a front bumper valance on a 2012 Fusion.
The base part number for the front bumper 17D957 it the same for the Focus, Focus Electric, Fiesta, Mustang and probably more if I wanted to keep looking.
Again if you are going to try and be helpful you should provide or direct someone that asks to accurate information.
01-02-2013 08:42 AM
suss6052
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The diagram is a 2012+ Focus electric and is NOT the diagram for the bumper of the vehicle in the picture.
While the parts may be similar they may or may not work on the vehicle in the picture.
I do not see how advising someone that the part is probably the same is being helpful.
It is the same part as shown in the proper diagram. Just because the rest of the picture might not match doesn't mean I haven't looked at the correct diagram, which calls out the same part base number and looks the same.


01-02-2013 08:23 AM
jdetzel
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Yes, the diagram is of a 2012+ Focus electric as opposed to the standard model, but the cut line for the headlamps are the exact same, so is many of the details such as the lower panels.
The diagram is a 2012+ Focus electric and is NOT the diagram for the bumper of the vehicle in the picture.
While the parts may be similar they may or may not work on the vehicle in the picture.
I do not see how advising someone that the part is probably the same is being helpful.
01-01-2013 11:10 PM
zetecDon Moved to "MK3 Focus" because this is a model specific question.
01-01-2013 10:25 PM
suss6052
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I see the difference but did you mean the diagram is a Focus electric and the picture is a 2012+?
The photo shows the the bulge for the fog lamp opening and the lack of the two horizontal ridges that start just at the front of the wheel lip.
Yes, the diagram is of a 2012+ Focus electric as opposed to the standard model, but the cut line for the headlamps are the exact same, so is many of the details such as the lower panels.
01-01-2013 10:22 PM
jdetzel I see the difference but did you mean the diagram is a Focus electric and the picture is a 2012+?
The photo shows the the bulge for the fog lamp opening and the lack of the two horizontal ridges that start just at the front of the wheel lip.
01-01-2013 09:53 PM
suss6052
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Tire tread on the highway caused front end damage. I "think" this damaged part is the air deflector. Correct? Does anyone know what the repair costs might be? 2013 SE. Thanks in advance.



PS: could be part 8b384?
The corner piece is 17626 on the lh side, probably the same on the other side, the 8b384 is the center piece underneath.
01-01-2013 09:51 PM
suss6052
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That illustration looks like a Fusion front bumper so that is probably not the correct part number.
Check this that was posted a few days ago.
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/showthread.php?t=305084
That diagram posted is a 2012+ Focus, but the picture is of the Focus Electric. The notches around the headlamps say Focus not Fusion.
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