Yep, already noticed that. The stud has a bit of a nick in the first thread, so I have to get on my back and push hard to thread the nut on.
The dealership was cool and ordered the deflector, strut tower insulator, and of course the tow hook. Normally this is an easy DIY, but since they put in a claim with Ford, have to run it down for the service department to deal with this whenever the parts come in.
Mine was missing the screws at the rear. My mechanic had some in his "what do I do with these left over parts" box.
I simply gave Benny a list of missing parts. Told him to invoice me. Within 3 weeks,I had all the missing parts.
I ordered through Benny but the hardware to install the deflector that I got is mostly wrong and incomplete. I just needed 2 wheelhouse liner rivets and 4 bolts for the rear edge. The 4 nuts on the side are already on the car. Instead, I got two extra rivets, two nuts and 2 large bolts that I didn't need. None of the 4 bolts for the rear edge are listed in the parts list he gave me.
Does anyone have the part number for the 4 bolts on the rear edge? Or even the specs of it.
I have a handful of multiple parts, so I can verify after trying the install. Otherwise I suppose you could contact Benny and just see if he can help.
These are the ones that you need to mount the deflector to the rear bumper cover W716345-S450BW715060-S450B
Yeah I found out too late that the BOM on the Ford parts website was incorrect. It would be nice if everything came as a kit. These deflectors sure look nice and they complete the underside of the vehicle.Well, I can confirm that the part I listed also works. I think the only difference is how long they are. So for anyone ordering online or from the local dealer, just be aware that Ford's diagram and parts listing is WRONG.
Here is the parts breakdown of what you need.
L1MZ-7811778-A Under Cover
W714040-S300 Wheelhouse Liner Rivet (qty 2)
W715060-S450B Screw And Washer, 4.2 x 25MM (qty 4) -- or W716345-S450B (per TMMST)
The two rivets and washer/bolts should cost about $10 total. The two nuts on each side of the rear under cover are already on the car. Install takes about 15 min tops. Just put some cardboard on the floor and lay on your back.