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Hi, I recently had the bumper fixed on my 2006 Honda Civic. When I touched the area right under the headlight, the rubber was a little loose. I wanted to know if this is normal for a Honda civic (the headlight was replaced as part of the work done on the car). Thanks, Talia

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Lori Johnson, Owner and Instructor at Ladies Start Your Engines Dear Talia, The bumper is connected on both sides, a couple places underneath and up top. If by loose you mean you can push on the plastic and it moves, this is normal. If you can push down on the whole bumper and it moves, then you need to have it looked at. If the rubber is part of the headlight and it seems like it isn't connected properly, then take it back and have them look at it. Lori Johnson

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