Same car, the front edge of driver's fender flair caught on shopping bag. I had it reattached at an independent body shop using some kind of special adhesive rather than the double sided tape. It seems to be holding-up well. I was a little dismayed that Jeep could not find a better way.Has anyone else had an issue with front fender flairs detaching at point where they align with front fascia ????
Looks like adhesive strip is breaking down or had a greasy finger touch it when applied <
It's on a 2014 GC Summit.
My first post on this concerned my 2014 JGC. Since that post, my fender flare detached again. This time the dealer completely removed it and reattached it. The first time, it was not completely removed. I believe the '15 &'16 flares may have been redesigned. I also do not believe that this is a common problem.I have seen this issue with our Overland Diesel. Ours has been the rear driver side fender flare. The plastic connectors are junk. Going into the second winter with the jeep so we will see how it goes as grime and gunk gets in there