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Add more to my question,,OK,,,exactly how many area's are screwed down and where is it welded,,I assume the fender is screwed and then tack welded in the fender well,,thanx,,,gr


no, it should come loose once you find and loosen all the fasteners that hold it where it belongs. With a car that old, the fender will be somewhat glued on by rust and grime. Use lots of penetrating oil to avoid stripping or breaking any fasteners. add-more-question-ok-exactly-many-xrysbksmd4oe40lchygmaasz-5-0.jpg

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Passenger side front fender removal


study the new fender and where there is a bolt hole then that is where you will find the bolts to remove on the old fender . They will normally be along the top inside , at the bottom near the door and around the bumper and up the panel that the door hinges are attached to

Jul 20, 2014 | 1998 Buick LeSabre

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Power antenna


I was able to remove the antenna on a 1986 cadillac
deville many years or decades ago & don't remember
even having to loosen any fender bolts
The solution is to install a new one IF Avail
I remember the only issue was the wiring
I cut the & spliced the new antenna to the old
harness as I had access issue in the body,not
the problem you have removing it
I think you get it out from the bottom,the most
you would do is loosen the bottom of the fender
not remove it

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Where do you put water in a 99 ford contour?


you need anti freeze not just water. water will cause it to over heat. there is a over flow tank on the passeger side front fender check the level

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How to replace front fender liner. I need instructions


The bumper shouldn't be in the way. Usually the liner is attached only inside the wheel well. You may have to pull the tire off to make it easier. Plastic clips or pins usually hold the liner in place, or it may have screws. Go by the opposite side, if any part of your old liner is missing attachers or pieces.

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Need to replace radio antenna on a 99 isuzu rodeo


I just replaced the antenna on our 02 rodeo. No need to remove radio or anything in dash. This is how I did it.
First you will need access to back of fender, enough room for your hand. Open hood and remove 3 bolts running along top of fender, open passenger door and remove top bolt holding fender. Gently pry top of fender away from vehicle. Place object in gap to hold fender ( I used the head of a rubber mallet). Reach inside fender and disconnect old antenna, follow cable through wall into passenger compartment. Gently pull cable from behind carpet and unplug old antenna from coupler. Connect new antenna to fender ( replacement antenna I ordered was slightly smaller than opening so I had to add washer). Run new antenna cable through wall and plug into coupler. Re-attach fender
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Can't fine fan relay location for mustang 2005 v6


Look inside under the hood of drivers side fender, you should see a rectangular black box that says fuses & relays.

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97 Olds Bravada My brake & hazard lights don't


There are TSB's for this issue. I chased this issue for months on mine. Go find the TSB's, there's troubleshooting pointing out the faulty part. It could be, the brake light switch, the hazzard light switch itself, the multi-function switch. I had replaced all of these and still had the problem. Wiring that goes from the brake switch to up near the fender was shorting against the fender. I replaced the pigtail, problem fixed. Best bet to help you, is find the TSB's for this problem.

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How to replace front fender on 84 chevy truck


It's not a lot of fun and you will need a helper. You need to remove the hood first. Before you remove it from the hinges,make reference marks so your can re-align it when you put it back on. With that off, remove the grill and the chrome trim around the grill opening. The piece of trim that is mounted on the fender may come off easier when the fender is off the truck, no big deal, just remember to put it back on before you put the fender on. The chrome trim is fastened on with nuts that are accessable with the grill out of the way. The metal strip under the lower grill trim is screwed into the fender so go under the truck and remove them. You don't necessarily have to remove the whole strip but you might find it easier if you do. If you are doing the battery side remove the battery bracket. If you are not going to replace the inner fender remove the bolts around the wheel opening, this thread into clips that will likely break as you do this. No problem there are readily available at any auto parts store. If you are replacing the inner fender leave them attached and remove the bolt inside the wheel well at the firewall. There are 5 bolts at the front of the fender that have to come off first. 2 on the top of the rad support, 1 partway down the rad support and 2 at the bottom of it. One of these goes down and one goes sideways. When removing these bolts watch for shims. Don't loose them, they will be needed when you put the new fender on. Once you have these bolts out go the back of the fender. There will be 1,maybe 2 at the bottom of the fender next to the door. These will be shimmed. Finally remove the 2 bolts at the top of the fender at the firewall, more shims.
With the fender off put the hood hinge on the new fender snugly but not tight, you may have to adjust it later. If you are replacing the inner fender too put it on now. Put the fender in place and re-attach the bolts in the reverse of how you took them out. Don't tighten any of them until you have all of them in place. Put your shims back in starting at the windshield. You may have to mix and match, every fender is different. Get you body lines from the doorpost and work to the front of the truck. If you need more shims, they are available at the autoparts store as well. When the fender lines look good snug the bolts but don't tighten. Put the hood on and close it. At this point you mat have to adjust it as well. There is adjustment in the hinges but it's a trial and error deal. Adjust, close, adjust again. You may have to go back and readjust the fender to get all your lines working. When you are happy with your body lines tighten all your bolts, including the pain in the **** on the side and bottom of the rad support.
Hope this helps.

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2006 impala sun visor problem--will not stay in place


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