As the title says my 60 plate Mk5 1.4 Sport Hatch managed to go through the wars, or was it hell and back, after the misses managed to crash it.
So off to the body repair shop it went to be un-dented, re-sprayed and returned to its former glory.
Had it back for just over a week or so now, they have done a fantastic job and to be honest I couldnít tell it had been in a smash. Anyhoo I was looking over it with a fine tooth comb the other day and noticed that the driverís side door has a 2.2cm in diameter silver bolt/head about 3/4 the way up the door and is on the lip sitting furthest away from the car-body itself. The bolt/head has 'BOESNER 8.8' printed on it.
However, on the passengerís side door (this was the door that took the brunt of the impact) this does not have the same bolt and simply has a black cap.
My question really is should the passengerís side door have the said bolt, as if I remove the cap there is nothing for it to affix too. And if the passengerís side door does require said bolt what is the purpose of said bolt?
I hope my unending wittering makes sense, and if someone would be so kind to check the same model and see if the both doors have this bolt and let me know, then I can stop worrying, pride and joy, you know what itís like!