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Does anyone with an older 2011 or 2012 CT notice a gap developing between their front bumper and fenders? I know this is a common problem with the 2nd gen IS's. Not sure if there is an easy fix? The gap is probably 1/8 inch between the bumper and fender. Mine us happening just on my passenger side.


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No gap on mine
 

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Does anyone with an older 2011 or 2012 CT notice a gap developing between their front bumper and fenders? I know this is a common problem with the 2nd gen IS's. Not sure if there is an easy fix? The gap is probably 1/8 inch between the bumper and fender. Mine us happening just on my passenger side.


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How about a photo so we know what/where to look?
 

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I just uploaded 3 images. The side that bothered me the most was the passenger side. However after just observing the gap on a brand new 2014 CT today i'm no longer concerned as the gap on that car was much bigger than mine. However that car was a dark graphite color which hides it better, mine being white I guess it shows up more. I can alter the gap but adjusting the bolt and fitment to the plastic undertray. Pulling the bumper away from the undertray while tightening the bolts lessens the overall gap.
 

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I finally remembered to look at mine. There is no gap at all on my car, either side. But I bet that if you showed it to a dealer they would say it is within tolerances. No matter what it is.
 
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