I’ve added pieces of heat resistant and insulating foam around the area which acts as a barrier to stop the rod from pushing in further.
BHPian shrey1230 recently shared this with other enthusiasts.
After discussing the same on the Scorpio-N whatsapp group, a fellow group member shared with me a detailed photo of his white Scorpio N, in which you can clearly see the plastic residue on the inside skin of the hood which is from the tip of the rod rubbing against it and which will cause the same protrusion with the course of time as it did in mine. I’m attaching the images below of the rod and the plastic residual marks as they were not visible in mine due to the shade of my vehicle.
The plastic residue is clearly visible.
The tip of the bonnet rod which pushes from the inside
And I’m also attaching the images of my makeshift way in which I’ve added pieces of heat resistant and insulating foam around the area which acts as a barrier to stop the rod from pushing in further.
The insulation foam adds a bit of thickness
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