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05-18-2013 01:27 PM
badazz2010focus I haven't had my door sills in like years LOL I have to replace them, your best bet is to just replace them. That's what I'm doing I'm replacing everything I broke little by little that's the only thing you can do.
05-18-2013 01:16 PM
felixthecat
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Originally Posted by packnrat View Post
well my focus has gotten past the 70K mark and is falling apart do many of you out there have this problem where parts are breaking and or just not staying in their plastic clips attachments any more.

any thoughts on keeping the insides parts (dash floor, headliner etc outside trim in place without using screws or epoxy?
or just throwing the parts in the trash?


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I'd figure out why all those parts are breaking or whats going on. Do you have a dog or what? Its not common for all those parts to have issues like your having, inside & out. If your not sure how to go about it, take your car to a body shop then.
05-14-2013 11:13 AM
packnrat
falling apart

well my focus has gotten past the 70K mark and is falling apart do many of you out there have this problem where parts are breaking and or just not staying in their plastic clips attachments any more.

any thoughts on keeping the insides parts (dash floor, headliner etc outside trim in place without using screws or epoxy?
or just throwing the parts in the trash?


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