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The arm you are meaning is only the door stopper and is not supporting the weight of the door. It is possible that the door hinges and door post have changed in the position/alignment after the accident. So it is ideal that the door be taken out and the tinkering done on the door post , then the hinges can be changed or fixed to alignment of the correct gap.
Scratches on lenses are very hard to take out. If they are buffered then it will change and degrade the optics of the lens. There are a few solutions that have been known to remove small and light scratches such as furniture polish, or cd/dvd cleaning solution.
i am really sorry i cant help you on this becasue the part of a frame has been broken so to just fixt that piece is really tough it better you change the whole lens i think that only can be done or let do one thing can be done please specify which part is broken so that i can think of a solution
Well you can please follow the below steps - 1. Lift the wiper arm away from the windshield. If the tension spring is damaged or broken, the arm will not show resistance. If it is functioning properly, then pull the arm back until the hinge locks in a vertical position. 2. Remove the retaining nut at the base of the windshield wiper arm and pull the wiper arm off. 3. Slide the new wiper arm assembly on. 4. Tighten the retaining nut and lower the arm back down to the windshield. Please post comments for any other help or information......
well, both of you have a broken fuse, and kgould3 has a broken hinge and screen.
1. well, the it is fairly easy to fix a broken hinge, and the screen is a bit tricky, but www.powergamingparts.com has awesome (free) repair guides that are easy to follow and with a little time and patience you can fix that in a jiffy (they even sell everything you need)
2. the fuses, on the other hand are really difficult. a. you might just want to sell it on ebay and people make a living off fixing and reselling the product b. if you really want to fix it, then you are going to need to resolder the F1 or F2 or both fuses
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You would have to take a picture and send to firstname.lastname@example.org to verify fix. Sadly if its that bad I imagine the rest of the car is pretty rough underneath. Technically speaking if the car is worth fixing the welder would have to be an up to date D.O.T cerfitied welder.