Taking off fender

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  1. WMDPALMER

    WMDPALMER Founding Member

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    I am replacing the Pass side fender and i have everything off but the two bolts between the door and the fender. Any ideas how to remove those two bolts? Thanks!:D
     
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    u being in between the car and the door, open the door slightly and use a long socket adapter to get to them. This is what I did on my buddies 94 and it works. Also did u remember about the screws at the bottom of the fender. They are hidden behind the front partof the side skirt.

    Good luck:nice:
     
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    A torch wrench works really well!
     
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    Ex---- I just used a crow bar and pry the door back and then extracted the bolts. Then i hammered the door back in place when I was done.
     
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    yea they are a bitc* to get to.. I used a very long extension ( 12" or so) and managed to remove them. There are also two more 8mm bolts on the bottom of the fender, as mentioned. You also have one more 8mm bolt up front, on the fender support.. its clearly visable though
     
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    That was pretty fun to do. Glad that it is one now. Thanks for the help!
     
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