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Old 08-01-2005, 22:58   #1 (permalink)
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Trying to fix a dent in Fender

I am trying to fix a dent in my front LH fender of my 2005 Escape.

I'm having a hard time gaining access behind the fender. I tried removing the black panel underneath the fender and above the tire but can't seem to remove it.

Does anyone have instructions for this?

Or know where I can find instructions?

thanks
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Old 08-02-2005, 03:49   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Trying to fix a dent in Fender

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I am trying to fix a dent in my front LH fender of my 2005 Escape.

I'm having a hard time gaining access behind the fender. I tried removing the black panel underneath the fender and above the tire but can't seem to remove it.

Does anyone have instructions for this?

Or know where I can find instructions?

thanks
Honestly mate I wouldnt try and fix the dent unless you know what your doing , the panels in cars nowdays are that crap and stretch so easily you could end up making a real mess of it, but if you want to it's your car, the splashtray should only be held on by plastic clips and maybe the mudflap.
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