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If you have insurance on the vehicle that cover comprehensive damage, you are covered. That is the best thing to use. An auto claim for that is the same as hail damage or hitting an animal on the highway. IF not then you need to take pictures as you go and remove the damaged pieces, use splices that are water tight and repair the connections, Try to use the same color wire and seal it with silicon sealer if you can.
Posted on Dec 24, 2016
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