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Old 08-07-2016, 01:49 AM   #15
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Okdokie,. Had the same problem with the engine driven AC,. Hood broke loose because the shop didn't remove it to work on the AC, and the mechanic laid on it to do the work. Glued it back on using 3M5200 and a fiberglass open weave "net" to provide a spacer so the 5200 didn't get squeezed out when it was clamped. Good a year later.

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