Removing a damaged fender on your GMC Sierra can help improve the appearance of your truck. The fender acts to protect important internal parts of your truck, such as engine components and electronics. In minor accidents, sometimes the only damage is to the fender of the truck. The fender can be replaced easily by a novice in 40 minutes. The removal requires no particular expertise and can be done in your own garage or driveway.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Phillips-head screwdriver
Remove all screws holding the wheel well directly to the fender. There will be six Phillips-head screws attached along the wheel well.
Remove all bolts holding the fender to the cowl panel using the ratchet and turning counterclockwise. There are four bolts holding the two pieces together.
Remove all bolts attaching the rocker panel to the fender. The fender will be attached by three bolts, depending on the year of your GMC.
Open the truck door on the side where the fender will be removed. Remove all bolts on the pillar located inside the door jamb.
Lift the bonnet of the GMC. Remove the bolts attaching the radiator bracket to the fender. Use the socket and ratchet to remove the bolts from the fender.
Slide the fender straight off and pull to remove it from the truck.
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