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My husband hit the drivers side of the fender it has come loose so it rubs on tire how do you put it back on right?

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You can use self tapping screws to get it back on, or remove the fender by removing the bolts under hood, mudflap and bumper, then pound the dent out and make it straight again. Or just try and pound it straight.

Posted on Sep 02, 2010

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