REAL easy. Open hood. Remove cowl panel. Remove headlight trim and side
marker. Jack up and remove tire/rim. Unbolt radiator overflow bottle.
Remove Battery. Unbolt fender. There are bolts behind the door,
underneath holding the fender to the wheelhouse. Bolts to the front
radiator support and trim trees (plastic push pins that look like
Christmas trees) holding the lower spoiler. Two bolts to the front
filler panel. May be a bolt or two holding the battery box to the fender
as well. Remove the fender and bolt the new one on. Undercoat it good
before installing it. Oh NEW replacements run about 75.00 each or less,
so don't bother with used unless it is VERY good and the paint matches.
Thanks. Didn't think it was that tough and my manual is packed away
currently. I've seen prices at that 75 buck mark and if this hole gets
any bigger i feel the right side will lift off the ground at high speed
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