that looks great.
Type: Posts; User: lilmanplease
that looks great.
Take it to a body shop.
Take some picture and post it so we can see what it look like.
I need help...
I'm ready to get my car inspected but I need somebody with a Georgia rebuilder license to inspect the car (to make sure everything looks good) and help me get the car inspected.
I have a hood, front bumper cover, rail support, radiator support, head lights, deployed airbag, clockspring, front bumper (not the bumper cover), radiator, condenser, battery, front impact sensor,...
I completed the install and everything looks great.
The first time I install the fuse, the battery, and turn the ignition on, I got an error code. Code 19 (which mean there is a problem with the...
I talked to a guy who works at a collision repair shop and he said that I should follow the direction in the workshop manual.
So far, I've disconnected the fuse and waited one hour (even though ...
I need help replacing my airbag.
the car is an 05 mustang, the airbag deployed after an accident. I have the workshop manual and it said to replace the
1. seat belt
removing the rail support is out of the question because I have to remove the radiator support also. My question is; how can I fix it, if I left the rail and radiator support like they are?
I understand I made a mistake.
but can it be fix?
how do I fix it?
the left side align good.
why is the right side not aligning?
please help me.....
refer to this thread for more info on the project
my hood is not align with the fender (this is what it look like)
what should I do now?
should I continue and have the car pull straight after I section the rail assembly and replace the radiator support?
or should I take the car to a frame shop...
I didn't have anything to do, so I removed the radiator support
now I need to section the rail.
I paid $7000 for the car.
it has 18,573 miles and it is not a GT (4 liters V6 still not bad)
do you thing the rail assembly can be straighten?
This is what my 05 mustang look like when i brought it
This is what I found after I took the panels,...