Slightly annoying problem I am trying to fix.
I am aware there are four clips (two each side) and the screws in the wheel arches that connect the front bar on my VY S pac, however I am finding that it is dipping in the centre. There is a slight gap beneath the headlight (probably 5mm at most) and then below the holden logo also where the bar appears to have dropped a little.
I have removed the bar and reattached it in an attempt to cleanly reinstall it hoping that would fix it, however it still seems to sag.
Any tips guys? Will hopefully get some pics in the morning to better describe my wording.
might be different on your model, but on my VN there were two bolts on the reo bar behind the number plate area that held the bumper on
ok so i take the bumper off, adjust these bolts and reattach to fix dip?
K my camera is being a pain, however while the holes are there for screws, there are no screws... hmmmm
Your "bar" is just a plastic facia, the real bar is the reinforcement behind the facia that bolts on between the front chassis rails with two bolts on either side. Unfortunately, there is very little opportunity to adjust this bar and the facia is simply held on by the screws and clips you have already located, plus the 2 "scrivets" that should be in place in those two holes behind the number plate.
If your facia is sagging and the scrivets are missing, try replacing them as already suggested. They might be enough to pull the facia up in the centre and give you the alignment you need.
If they don't, you might have to pull the facia off and see if the reinforcement bar is parallel with the ground and undamaged. It is quite possible to have a stuffed reo bar with a good facia covering it. If it's damaged, it's a pain to straighten as it is high tensille steel and boxed in, so that access to straighten it is virtually impossible. I tried suparating the two skins once but even after doing so, the front face was too tough to belt back into shape. Better off to replace it. New around $120 I think.