Rear Bumper Full of Dirt!
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This is a discussion on Rear Bumper Full of Dirt! within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Last night I installed Rally Mud Flaps on my 2011 WRX 5 Door. To my suprise while installing them in ...

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    Rear Bumper Full of Dirt!

    Last night I installed Rally Mud Flaps on my 2011 WRX 5 Door. To my suprise while installing them in the rear, When I pulled the Bumper Cover away, about 5 pounds of dirt fell out of it, and that happened on both sides of the car! I've never seen this before on previously owned vehicles of mine. I checked out the rear wheel well and nothing looks like it's ripped or anything so I'm dumbfounded as to how it got there.
    Has anyone else seen this?

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    Yes, I saw this on my bugeye. Dirt and grime gets kicked up around the side skirts and has no easy escape. Just clean it out from time to time, which you did.
    Isaac -- 2003 WRX sedan Stg II - Gave its life for mine 6/2013.
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