You are driving without those parts installed? Maybe Replace them with a suspended mesh support to hold whatever u want to carry in the frunk?I took my 'Frunkectomy' one step further.... I wanted to see if it was the seal between the Frunk and hood making the hood difficult to latch, so I removed the hood 'liner' that has the seal..... I figure I could put it back if I wanted, but I'd rather remove weight from the MME anywhere I can.
Unfortunately, it does not appear to be the hood seal that is making the latch difficult. I did discover however, that a smooth steady push with hand(s) centered above the latch from about a foot above 'closed', not quite a 'slam', but with good followthru seems to be the best way to constantly get the second latch to catch.
The rear panel cover, dividers, and hood liner add up to 10.5# of plastic by the way!
...not much, but I like the idea of the Frunkectomy as 'reverse plastic surgery' to lose a little weight and get a peek at the cool stuff under the covers.
I left these out for now.... hood liner, rear 'beauty cover', dividers. 10# of useless plasticYou are driving without those parts installed? Maybe Replace them with a suspended mesh support to hold whatever u want to carry in the frunk?