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I seem to remember reading a post a few months ago about being able to adjust the front fascia of our 300's. It was about a sagging front end, with a simple adjustment of a bolt somewhere behind the fascia. Anybody remember this?
The drivers side of the front end seems to be drooping a bit. I notice that the gap is not the same as the other side. I sure as heck don't want to take it in to the dealership and have them mess with it. Any help with this issue? Can I do it myself? What causes this sagging?
 

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mojoman said:
I seem to remember reading a post a few months ago about being able to adjust the front fascia of our 300's. It was about a sagging front end, with a simple adjustment of a bolt somewhere behind the fascia. Anybody remember this?
The drivers side of the front end seems to be drooping a bit. I notice that the gap is not the same as the other side. I sure as heck don't want to take it in to the dealership and have them mess with it. Any help with this issue? Can I do it myself? What causes this sagging?
Mojoman, if I remember the drooping fascia post was related to the back for which there is a tsb. My front fascia too has a weird gap all of a sudden... I was planning to take it to the dealers to let them fix it.
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I was at the dealership the other day getting a quote regarding my missing rocker panel cover, and I showed the write up guy my drooping front fascia.
He mentioned he has seen this on other 300's but there is no TSB or bulletin regarding a fix of any kind. He suggested it was a hood problem, not a fascia problem. I disagreed, and lifted up on the fascia where it was drooping. All he suggested was to live with it or have them look at a hood re-alignment in the future. I mentioned the 300 Forum and he said he never heard of it. Nuff said I guess! He said there are a lot of fanatics about fit and finish items, I told him I was one of them!!!!
 

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Every 300 has a different fit and finish on that front gap where the hood meets the fascia. Next time you see one on the street take a look and you'll see most often than not that the fit is about the same as your own give or take a few mm on either side.

Some people notice it on my aftermarket front fascia and then realize that even the factory fascia fitment is off on stock vehicles.
 
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