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Jared Richey

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Just now, Scott S. said:

Should have a rubber cap as well ??

No, that would be for the front ones.

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Look at the Factory Assembly manual, pages 11D -1, and 11D-3, it shows both sets.

I think the front ones are for hood height adjustment, but the rear ones are supposed to stop the hood from going thru the windshield during a frontal collision, or at least help force it to buckle in the middle to protect the occupants.

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As Joe said, no the ones in the back are designed to prevent the hood from moving back into the windshield and interior of the car in case of a front end collision.  If you look at where they are located and look at the hood and hood hinges you will see the function plan.

rob

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Thanks everyone. I never knew what the correct term was. And never replaced any until now. 

I'm gonna buy this guy new ones but thank you 

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