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Old 02-05-2007, 22:43   #1 (permalink)
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confused how to remove fender on ef falcon???

hi there everyone,
quick question, how do you remove the front fenders on a ef falcon?? we kinda had an accident with a tree , very slowly but it still done a bit of damage.., we just wanna pull of most of the front section so we can see how much damage is really there!!!..
Also anybody know where we can pick up some cheap parts in the south west of western australia?????? because until we fix it we have no car
thanx....
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Re: how to remove fender on ef falcon???

Hi,remove the park/cornerlamp first.(one screw on top under the bonnet),then there is a few 10mm bolts on top of the guard and one at the bottom(at the door end),pretty sure thats it!the plastic guard liner will stay there.
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