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How can I fix a fender that keeps coming loose?

I have tried super glue and also an adhesive for metal.

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Obviously the fender is not coming loose

Your referring to trim-- I guess

See a body shop for the correct professional
adhesives,they can properly clean the area &
re stick it on

Posted on Nov 21, 2014

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What type of glue can I use to re-glue the rear side wi(n)dow to the latch?


You can try a 'superglue' used for sticking interior mirrors back in place. images below are generic. Most car accessory shops will sell suitable glues:

Granville Windscreen Rear View Mirror Aerial Bond Glass Metal Adhesive Glue

Or you can try a two-part epoxy type glue:
2 PACK EPOXY RESIN GLUE ADHESIVE KIT REPAIR METAL CERAMIC RUBBER GLASS...

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What kind of glue for loose film on 1999 southwind storm 32v cupboard drawers?


The best stuff is expensive, designed for formica application, and usual comes in gallon or larger... but 3m hi strength 90 spray, contact cement or super 77 spray would work. First being best. Recommend 3m 90. http://m.homedepot.com/p/3M-17-6-oz-Hi-Strength-90-Spray-Adhesive-90-24/100151277

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Rear view mirror


1. Slide the metal disc off the base of the rear view mirror assemble. For newer models of cars the metal plate may have to be removed with a properly sized Allen wrench. These are L shaped wrenches that are designed to remove hex head screws and can be purchased at any hardware store. While there you should also pick up a razor blade scraper and some masking tape.
2. Head to your local Schuck's or other automotive store and purchase a rear view mirror adhesive kit for around $3. This super strong adhesive is a two part system that comes with a tube of glue and a vial of accelerant.
3. From the outside of the car, use masking tape to mark the area where the old glue adhesive still remains.
4. From the inside, scrape off whatever is left of the glue residual.
5. Since this glue only works in temperatures of 60 or above, you will have to make special provisions when the weather is cold. The car should be placed in a warmed garage or facing the sunlight. A blow dryer can also be used to heat up the windshield, although don't hold it too close to avoid cracking the glass.
6. Once the glue has been scraped off the windshield, wipe down the area with rubbing alcohol. The metal plate should also be wiped down with alcohol.
7. Apply the accelerant directly to the mounting area on the windshield. Allow to let dry 5 minutes. In the meantime, apply the accelerant to the flat part of the base plate as well and let dry.
8. Slather on the adhesive on the back of base plate and press it onto the glass. Hold in place for about 2 minutes until the glue begins to set up. Let the glue dry overnight before reattaching the rear view mirror.

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Reattach rear defrost terminal on rear glass


If you use cyanoacrylate, (super glue paste) that will hold it. Make sure the foil is also stuck or it will burn out from a hot spot.

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The key is broken off in the ignition switch of my 2001 Saturn L200?


One of the easiest ways for this if you dont wanna pay a locksmith or open the whole compartment is to find another thin piece of metal or possibly the broken part of the key that came off. You then use super glue (and not the cheap stuff in any ordinary supermarket) but one from a hardware store (not too much though, as small as possible) You then need to reattach the key and hold it for at least 5 minutes pushing slightly forward. if you used just the right amount of good quality super glue/adhesive then it should work.

good luck


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Rear view mirror fell off. Adhesive failed. What adhesive do I use?


you can buy the proper adhesive at any parts store. follow the directions exactly. remove the small metal piece from the mirror and glue it to the windsheild as per the directions. try to have the car in a warm place, as it doesn't work as well if the windshield is cold. make sure you don't glue the metal piece on backwards!

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The window is unglued on the bottom and sides.


The dealer can fix virtually any problem with a late model car. But, if you use epoxy or trim adhesive, you may be able to do the repair yourself.

I once used 'gel' super glue to exactly meter and put glue where it belongs and get an instant bond on rubber to glass or rubber to metal bonding.

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Power window glass keep coming out of the clips, do I need to glue the glass to the clips with some sort of putty??


Use silicone marine silicone adhesive for that. regular stuff also works but may come loose after a while.

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