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I have already taken off my front bumper to get to the fender bolts along with the hood but i dont know where to go from here

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  • willigan7 Jan 31, 2010

    hey im only actually having to remove the outer fender if that changes anything

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Hello, I can guide you with the next steps. Of course, be very careful so as to not deploy the air bags.. You need to remove the grill. At the cowl end by the windshield wipers unsnap that plastic end piece. Remove the coolant overflow reservoir, and air filter box. Remove the inner wheel cover, it has both plastic "blind rivets" and screws. Now from under the truck, you can start unbolting the fender. There are also some bolts at the door jamb. This is for the passenger side, on driver's side also remove that thin brace above the battery, the battery,and tray. Unbolt the fuse box. Remove the hood release cable where it mounts to the fender. Unhook the washer hose. Unbolt the PCM, and set it aside, but DON'T unplug the electrical connector.Now unbolt the fender pretty much the same as the passenger side. I've tried to give you both sides, I hope this didn't confuse you, if you need any clarification, just ask. I'm snowed in so I'll be here, good luck.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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    BeninVa Jan 31, 2010

    Hello again. Right, but to get to the bolts, you need to remove that inner liner. The you can reach the bolts from underneath the truck. Driver's side, or passenger's side?

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