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Trunk cover

Discussion in 'Kia Stinger Interior Discussion' started by G-767992, Feb 5, 2020.

  1. G-767992

    G-767992 Guest

    It looks like the stud at back of trunk cover has broken off. Does anyone know of a replacement piece or do I have to buy the whole lid? The stud is for inside the groove.
    Thanks
    Warren
     
  2. usagi

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    You have to buy a whole lid.
     
  3. MerlintheMad

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    You epoxy it back on and it stays. Next time, don't close the hatch cover over anything sticking up too high. (Ask me how I know:p.)
     
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    You can just weld it back on.
     
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    Pic please
     
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    funny guy !!
     
  8. Both of mine also have come unglued. I simply glued them back with epoxy glue. Problem solved.
     
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