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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this might be more than what you want to do but .. there is a bolt on the bottom of the fender near the door .. this is an important one to loosen.. you next loosen the one infront of the windshield .. which is top of the fender.. also there is one inside the door .. with door open look back in there you will see only one bolt there. Now you need to find a way to pull this fender back forward enough to pull it away from the door so you can operate the door properly.. We take the headlight assembly out and use a puller device to pull it back forward .. you can also tie this to a post or tree and lightly back up .. try this and see what you come up with .. tighten all bolts after you get it pulled forward or while you have it in a strain forward.. thanks jerry
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
It may be your power steering. Try checking the level of the power steering fluid. If you are not familiar with where this is check your owners manual and it will definitely tell you where it's located under the hood. If the fluid is at a good level it is most likely something to do with your wheel alignment. This can only be checked and serviced by a licenced motor mechanic or specialist alignment centre.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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