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If you have a volt meter, hook it up and see what the voltage is coming into the battery
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
thats a lot of force and a lot of body work plus need engine checked to make sure not cracked suspension parts resale is about 2,000 to 6,000 ur estimate will b above 3,000 to fix
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
on the door remove the door panel and disconnect all wiring going to the door and feed it out of the door then unbolt the hinges or remove the hinge pins and the door is off on the fender take the corner marker light out unbolt from under hood and unbolt the plastic fender well and the fender should come right off
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
of the Molding
Take the Molding Trim whether it is stock black or painted. Mine is black because my car is a year 2000. Painted side moldings were done in the year 2001. Snap them into place.
5 Installation of the Rubber Gaskets
From the stock bumper, retrieve the upper rubber gaskets unless you ordered new ones. Simply take a screw driver and pry a corner off to get you started. Wash thoroughly. NOTE which one belongs on which side.
Place the rubber gasket on the M5 Front Bumper onto its appropriate side. Top The M5 Bumper is now Fully Assembled!!! Place aside where it can't be damaged.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
If the engine cradle is bent or the sub frame, I'd get rid of it. If the control arm is bent, that is replaceable. With a broken axle, I'd be suspicious of the transmission as things tend to move much further then "snap back" during impact. Doing the work yourself will save a lot of $ and if you use scrap yard parts, even more (will also cut your losses if it doesn't work out well). Don't bother doing anything with the fender etc 'till you are sure it goes straight after replacing the items you mentioned. (after installing, have it aligned)
You are the best judge of whether you will keep it. You drove it every day and know what you had better than anyone else does. Time is also a factor...how long can you lay it up???
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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