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Old 08-18-2005, 16:01   #1 (permalink)
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Remove Passenger Side Fender

Can someone tell me how to remove the passenger side fender on my 1999
Volvo S80 T6? I need to access the Turn Signal housing, since
something is clogging it, and I cannot re-insert my turn signal. I
want to remove the fender so that I can see whatís going on. I see the
three bolts attached to the engine bay, I see the one bolt near the
top of the passenger side front door, and I see the other bolt near
the lower part of the door attached to the inside of the wheel well.
Is there any other bolt thatís in between the fender and the bumper? I
removed the three bolts from the engine area and tried to lift it up
to separate it from the bumper, but no luck. It better NOT be welded
to the bumper or Iím going to be super p*d if I have to go back to the
Volvo dealer.

Thanks!!

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