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Hey all.

Recently I had an unfortunate competition with a concrete pillar. Needless to say, the pillar won, leaving a nasty dent in my front driver side fender on my 2000 wagon. The repair bill is pretty steep, more than I can afford. So, I want to buy a new part and replace it myself, then save up for the paint job.

Can anyone tell me how to do this?
 

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I can't give you a specific tutorial, but theres a lot of 8 and 10mm bolts that need to be removed around all edges of the fender (under the wheel well, in the engine compartment, under the headlights)

If you search around you might find a tutorial, if not, just take it apart, and put it back in reverse.

If I replace my fender i'll take pics, but that'll probably be next summer. And I have a gen 3.
 

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IIRC 2 bolts bottom rear(under black trim), 3 bolts at back edge, 3 bolts at top, 3 bolts at front(behind headlight) and the splash shield screws. Not sure if you can do it without removing bumper cover first.
 
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