I had to bring back my 02 Mustang because when the body shop put back on the front headlights after they painted the front bumper, there was a "gap" between the top of the headlight unit and the top front part of the front fender near the tip of the fender. The gap was exactly between the rubber seal on the headlight and the fender. It looked as if the headlight was not put on correctly. The gap is wider on the passenger side than it is on the driver's side. I ended up taking my car back to the body shop for them to fix the problem and they were NOT able to correct the problem 100%. I just got my car back today and there is "still" a gap there between the top of the 2 front headlights and the top of the fender in the area near the tip of the fender. The body shop told me that they did the best they could to make the gap unoticeable and that there is nothing else that they can do. Could it be possible that the rubber seals on the lights stretched when the body shop took off both headlight units causing the gap to appear after headlight units were put back on the car? From looking at the headlight units, it doesn't appear that the rubber has stretched at all. And the headlight units are both intact. I would like to know WHAT is causing the top of both headlight units to have a gap between in the area on the top part of the fender near the tip of the fender. The passenger side has a bigger gap than the driver's side. Why does this problem exist?