Question about 2002 Toyota Camry
I had a minor fenderbender and brought my car to a body shop. The mechanic fixed the damage and replaced the front splashguards. Approx 2 weeks after the repair, the spashguards were pulled off by the tires. It was replaced again and the same problem happened. Now its being replaced for a third time. The splashguard doesn't appear to lay correctly in the wheelwell. Is the plastic splashguard supposed to be attached to the inside or outside of the lip on the fender in the wheelwell?
This fender have screw slot in the inside the fender ,if you facing the problem you need to drill new set holes in the fender and secure plastic mud guard correctly if this is not done then you be facing the mud flap out its place and you need to replace it again ,so make sure you that you secure in place ....
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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