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How much will it cost me to fix the front fender that is loose? I must have been hit by someone at the parking lot. It is not coming off, but looks ugly. Can I do it myself or do I have to goto a Body Shop?

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Remove the headlight it has 2 10mm bolts on the inside by the grille then pull the light out,next remove the wheel liner it has 8mm bolts about 10 to 12 and it should come off then you have a few 10mm bolts along the top of the fender,1 under the wiper cowl,2 at the bottom of the fender by the rocker,1 under the fender along the door edge, and 2 below the headlight then it should come off.

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