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Old 23 Jun 2009, 09:49 pm
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Hey, just wondering how to remove the fenderwells?? (the plastic things)
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Umm why?
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Old 28 Jun 2009, 05:19 am
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Umm why?
cuz to see if its the valve cover gasket leaking......have a small oil leak on the passenger side.....
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Old 28 Jun 2009, 08:31 am
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cuz to see if its the valve cover gasket leaking......have a small oil leak on the passenger side.....
Ok you didn't make clear which one you wanted to pull so the why answered that question.

Jack up car, remove wheel.

3 screws at the lip of the fender 7-8?mm
1 screw at the underside lip of the facia - bumper side
1 pop screw at the back of lower splash shield
4? screws at the top of the inner splash shield
1 pop screw that holds the inner to the fender liner
All 13mm or 10mm
The pop screws may or may not be usable after you pull them so electrical tape is your friend for helping to hold them together if they get messed up.

Wiggle the inner out and you will see the lower motor mount the belts and a few other things..

Hope that helps
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Old 28 Jun 2009, 05:27 pm
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Ok you didn't make clear which one you wanted to pull so the why answered that question.

Jack up car, remove wheel.

3 screws at the lip of the fender 7-8?mm
1 screw at the underside lip of the facia - bumper side
1 pop screw at the back of lower splash shield
4? screws at the top of the inner splash shield
1 pop screw that holds the inner to the fender liner
All 13mm or 10mm
The pop screws may or may not be usable after you pull them so electrical tape is your friend for helping to hold them together if they get messed up.

Wiggle the inner out and you will see the lower motor mount the belts and a few other things..

Hope that helps
as soon as i can ill try it, but sure looks good with so much dtails! thanks ever so much!
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