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Old 03-26-2013, 09:09 PM   #1
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2012 lower engine cover mounts

I am in need of some of the mounting hardware that secures the felt liner to the underside of the engine bay on a 2012 Focus. I need at least 2 of the plastic/poly bushings the screws screw into, and 1 of the metal clips for the front corners. And 3 screws.

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i only see nuts and screws, 1.97 per screw .60 nut. check it out on fordparts.com. thanks
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I checked on fordparts.com using my VIN. Unfortunately, the diagram associated with what I think are the right parts does not correspond to the parts location.

Could you provide the part numbers of the item you think they are?
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I checked on fordparts.com using my VIN. Unfortunately, the diagram associated with what I think are the right parts does not correspond to the parts location.

Could you provide the part numbers of the item you think they are?

The illustration they should be under is basic # 6P013, The plastic nuts at the front are W702438-S300, the screws are W702413-S303 and the metal clip I believe is W702889-S300
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The illustration they should be under is basic # 6P013, The plastic nuts at the front are W702438-S300, the screws are W702413-S303 and the metal clip I believe is W702889-S300
Those part numbers did not bring up anything on fordparts.com

Im wondering if we are thinking of the same thing? The felt panel on the underside of the 2012 Focus that is under the engine bay. It is held up with screws that screw into what look like red plastic/poly bushings except at the front corners where there are metal clips for the screws to go into. I have not been able to find anything resembling any of this area of the car on fordparts.com yet.
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I think I found it...

Part number HN1, HN2 and HS1

Looks like there also may be a part number HS2 and HN3....
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That sounds like the right illustration descriptions
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Yeah, that felt panel is called an "engine intake insulator." No wonder I couldn't find it!!

In any event, are the bits and pieces priced individually, or do they come in bags of like 3 or 5?
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The plastic nuts are a pack of 5, the screws and metal clips are a 4 pack.
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The plastic nuts are a pack of 5, the screws and metal clips are a 4 pack.
Alright. Could you give me the part numbers for the bags and ill get them ordered. Are there different ones for different models or are they all the same?

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