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Old 01-14-2015, 02:43 AM
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Question Lower Windshield cowl fitting

The cowl on my car doesn't seem to fit very well with the back of the front fender line.

I've noticed a hole in the cowl beneath the windshield trim where it meets the cowl. Is this a drain hole or a screw hole? PET doesn't seem to indicate there is any screw here.

When the cowl is held down in this location, the fit to the fender is greatly improved.

BTW - The image shows the drivers side which fits not too bad, but the passenger side has a gap big enough for my finger to fit.

Hole can be seen here
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It's a screw hole.
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Old 01-15-2015, 06:23 PM
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Yes -it's for a sheet metal screw, lock washer? and flat washer?.
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