It's also noticeable in my assembly line photo, it's somewhat rigid and won't easily tuck under the bumper, guessing it wasn't tucked in during bumper mounting. This exposed flap and the tire markings helped me confirm this is "my" actual Bronco Raptor. Note: I haven't dusted the right site guide for finger prints.
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Thank you! Exactly what I was looking for, yours is tucked inside bumper, that portion is quite rigid, only the very leading edge is flexible. Need to figure how to get it tucked in now.View attachment 2200
I am not sure what that is for. Here is an image from mine. Maybe it is supposed to be up above and sit underneath that portion where the parking sensors are mount to help support the intercooler or something? I don’t think it should bend down because it would block your adaptive cruise sensor.
That figures, our Bronco Raptors had the same blend date, very possibly same person or team installed our front bumpers. I'll try figuring a way to easily relocate to it's intended location. 🤔I have the same flap showing on mine, and most of the photos I have seen have it tucked up inside. However, it seems based on the limited flexibility of the part, might need to remove the bumper to tuck it under.
Certainly let me know what works for you. You are probably correct in that the same people installed and weren't too diligent noticing that part hanging down. Appears it should be an easy(ish) fix, may just require removing part of the top section of the bumper. In the grand scheme of things, it's not too bad, but after seeing it at delivery, can't help but see it whenever I approach the vehicle.That figures, our Bronco Raptors had the same blend date, very possibly same person or team installed our front bumpers. I'll try figuring a way to easily relocated to it's intended location. 🤔