Originally Posted by Rheffner02
Someone over in jeep forum has told me that there is a metal clip that is supposed to go there... Is that true?
I'm not sure about a metal clip, but I do remember when I had to remove the front bumper on my 2014 Summit, there were white plastic push clips which locked the tabs in place. The tab I see in your picture doesn't look like the kind that has the push clips on the inside as there were two kinds throughout the bumper. One that requires the plastic push clips on the inside, as well as ones like what I see in your pic that pushes in, then the inner portion bends so lock it in place.
So like I said the only thing I can recommend is if you feel like and are capable of messing with it yourself, see if there is room to reach up in there and with the fascia and tab pushed all the way in, see if you can push the middle of it to lock in place. If thats not possible, take the bumper off and it should then be very easy to ensure all the tabs are in solid and stay in. Don't let bumper removal scare you, its actually VERY easy on your model. Like 15 minutes easy. If you don't care to screw with it a dealer should be able to fix that quickly for ya.