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    Junior Member 19Sport's Avatar
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    I have been down this road with a 13' Explorer XLT. Its aluminum corrosion that starts under the front edge of the hood, creeps forward then up over the front edge. All replacement body panels are black primer. Ford (and any other manufacturer) do not factory paint replacement panels. A Ford authorized body shop replaced my hood and precisely matched the paint. Almost any large body shop has computer scan paint match technology and can do this. I traded our Kodiak Brown 13' this past August for a new 19'Sport. the paint on the hood was 4 years old when traded and had not dulled, faded, or color shifted.
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    Hi all, I have a 2017 Explorer Sport with 53k kms and just noticed paint bubbles on the front edge of my hood. Went to the dealer and they will replace the hood under warranty.

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    I had my hood replaced too. This cannot be repaired. One the corrosion has begun, a full new hood is required.

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