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Old 10 Aug 2013, 03:39 am
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Default How to Remove the front fender of a 95 Honda Civic LX.?

How to Remove the front fender of a 95 Honda Civic LX.
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Old 10 Aug 2013, 03:50 am
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Considering a 95 Civic has the EG Body...well,I think this may help:
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Old 10 Aug 2013, 04:10 am
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remove 4 pieces of m6 bolts on the bottom part and 6 pieces snap on "buttons" on the sides near the front wheels. then remove the fender.
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