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Old 05-29-2012, 02:48 AM   #1
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I'm in the middle of doing bodywork on the Miata. I've gotten most of the seals for replacement, but have been unable to locate a name (and as a result, a source) for the seal that goes in the front bumper, between the lip of the hood and the bumper.

Anyone got a name and/or part number?
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While I'm at it, what is the name of the windshield fluid squirters on the hood? Gotta order a set of those too.
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I will seal your squirter blean.
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Many thanks on that, Rleete.

Now I just need to find the part number and/or name of the seal that goes between the bumper and the lip of the hood in front!

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I will seal your squirter blean.
Aww, and here I thought you'd never ask Faefae!
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I searched, and couldn't find it. Maybe call partsgroup or someplace like that?
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I searched, and couldn't find it. Maybe call partsgroup or someplace like that?
Yeah, I'm having a lot of trouble finding it myself, but I need to replace it :(.
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Possible that the rubber seal between the hood/bumper is only sold as part of the bumper?
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Possible that the rubber seal between the hood/bumper is only sold as part of the bumper?
Fuuu...I hope not.

I'm not buying a new damn bumper for this car.
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Isn't that rubber molded to the slotted bracket that holds the bumper?
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Possible that the rubber seal between the hood/bumper is only sold as part of the bumper?
If you find out, let me know. I need to replace mine as well.

I second rleete's recommendation on the Tribute washer nozzles. They are a nice little upgrade if you use your washers at all.
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Isn't that rubber molded to the slotted bracket that holds the bumper?
I'll have to check later today. I hope not.
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Yeah, I'm 99% sure that's no separate rubber seal broham.
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I *believe* the "official name" of the rubber seal you're looking for is:

NA01-50-1AYC

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NA01-50-2A0B

If I'm not mistaken, there are actually 2 seals, a left one and a right one, split right in the middle. This is for a '94, other years may vary.

Identified in the mazda parts diagram as 50-2A0 and 50-1AY
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Holy ---- Foogy, that's exactly right. MEGA-props for you!
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Yup that's the one. I thought it was integrated with the bumper, glad to see it's not.
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