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Old 07-18-2013, 08:35 PM   #1
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Door is stuck on fender

So last night I came back to my car from my girlfriends apartment and my car had this. I was to pissed to even look at it. Pissed me off even more when I couldn't open my door cause it was getting caught on the fender. Anyone know what could be causing it to do that? Should I take the fender off and look at it?
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Old 07-18-2013, 08:54 PM   #2
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Get a towel and pry bar. Slowly move the fender so you can open the door. Check the bolts for adjustment. 1st bolt in the top corner when you open the door. 2nd 2 bolts at the back bottom of fender. 3rd are under the hood. 4th where the front bumper connects.
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You sure someone didn't hit it? Mine got tapped one night when my neighbors had a party. Pissed me off because it dent the fender in a bit and the door would crack when opened. Just pry the fender out a bit
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You sure someone didn't hit it? Mine got tapped one night when my neighbors had a party. Pissed me off because it dent the fender in a bit and the door would crack when opened. Just pry the fender out a bit
yea I'm positive someone did. I mean I don't know anyone who would just do that to a car haha. will it damage the fender if I do that?
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Well the fender is damaged anyways haha just open up your door and try and hit it with something where it hits so the door won't get stuck on the fender
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Well the fender is damaged anyways haha just open up your door and try and hit it with something where it hits so the door won't get stuck on the fender
the fender looks completely fine it's just the door like when I go to open it it's like the door go pushed forward or something so it opens and when I first came back to the car the part of the door that's bent was in the fender if that makes sense so I had to pull it out.
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