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Old 11-03-2011, 07:17 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Tire Well Damage

The guy who installed my HID's thought it was a good idea to cut this big gaping hole in my tire well to get to my headlights
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major fail. Ever since he did this when it rains everything in my engine gets wet. my belts make that really annoying whining sound after just changing them 4 months ago and as a result my car is idealing really loud. my question for my fellow 6thgener's is do i need to go a body to have this replaced or can i buy it somewhere myself and what can i do to my engine to get it working properly again im at 125k and i know i need a tune up but does that majorly consist of?
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Thats crazy...did you give him permission to do that??
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Old 11-03-2011, 08:01 PM   Thread Starter #3
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not at all i came back to the shop and this is what i saw
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Damn What shop you take your car too
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Default Re: Tire Well Damage

Have the shop replace that. They should never cut out a chunk like that.

Another reason for self-installation lol.
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Damn What shop you take your car too
not a really reputable place the guy did installed an alarm on my sisters car with no problems so im assuming he wasnt the actual one working on my car
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Have the shop replace that. They should never cut out a chunk like that.

Another reason for self-installation lol.
absolutely right man any idead how much this way run me also what kinda work should i be doin as far as a tune up
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the piece shouldnt be much... maybe $100 at the most from the dealership
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the piece shouldnt be much... maybe $100 at the most from the dealership
really even with them installing it?
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you can install it yourself... its just a plastic fender liner. mounted with push pins. pull the wheel off, get some pins, put em in.
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Originally Posted by Nismo4Life07 View Post
you can install it yourself... its just a plastic fender liner. mounted with push pins. pull the wheel off, get some pins, put em in.
Yup. I've had mine off before, not that bad.
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Make sure you buy the nissan oem ones from the dealership.
I bought some ebay knock-offs and they were too small.
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Make sure you buy the nissan oem ones from the dealership.
I bought some ebay knock-offs and they were too small.
and can be awfully flimsy.

courtesyparts.com has them listed for $61.32
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and can be awfully flimsy.

courtesyparts.com has them listed for $61.32
He might have been talking about the clips.
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He might have been talking about the clips.
I was talking about the Liner.
Instead of following the "roundness" of the wheel, it would go straight between the clips. More of a hexegon shape than round.
And yes, it was flimsy. Already burned a hole in it after a couple weeks.
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I was talking about the Liner.
Instead of following the "roundness" of the wheel, it would go straight between the clips. More of a hexegon shape than round.
And yes, it was flimsy. Already burned a hole in it after a couple weeks.
Oh ok.
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You shouldn't be worried about the cost. Take it back to the shop and demand that they replace it!


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They're $15 a piece on eBay. I'm pretty sure they're the flimsy Inez so get some rhino liner to soray to toughen then up and the pins are like $5 for 15 of them
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thanx for all the feedback did a quick search on ebay and came up with this...http://www.ebay.com/itm/04-08-MAXIMA...#ht_2035wt_905

is it worth buying???

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They're $15 a piece on eBay. I'm pretty sure they're the flimsy Inez so get some rhino liner to soray to toughen then up and the pins are like $5 for 15 of them
thanx for all the feedback did a quick search on ebay and came up with this...http://www.ebay.com/itm/04-08-MAXIMA...#ht_2035wt_905

is it worth buying???
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Why are you even bothering? If the idiot at the shop cut it, make them replace it...get on OEM Nissan fender liner. The shop can order it and you can either let them install it ( I wouldn't at this point), or you can have them give it to you so you can install it.
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Why are you even bothering? If the idiot at the shop cut it, make them replace it...get on OEM Nissan fender liner. The shop can order it and you can either let them install it ( I wouldn't at this point), or you can have them give it to you so you can install it.
i think im going to work on this one myself or let the dealership do it thanks for the info....

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They're $15 a piece on eBay. I'm pretty sure they're the flimsy Inez so get some rhino liner to soray to toughen then up and the pins are like $5 for 15 of them
That's ghetto dude.
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That's ghetto dude.
Purchasing an affordable part for your car is ghetto? Or makin due with what you've got is ghetto? The fender liners are what they are, plastic. Theyre gonna break up if you drive in the inner city because if the shitty roads so why pay too dolla when you can get em for 30 bucks and spray rhino liner on em to give them some durability. If that's ghetto to you then welcome to the hood.
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Purchasing an affordable part for your car is ghetto? Or makin due with what you've got is ghetto? The fender liners are what they are, plastic. Theyre gonna break up if you drive in the inner city because if the shitty roads so why pay too dolla when you can get em for 30 bucks and spray rhino liner on em to give them some durability. If that's ghetto to you then welcome to the hood.
Here we go again lol .

thanx for all the feedback did a quick search on ebay and came up with

this...http://www.ebay.com/itm/04-08-MAXIMA...#ht_2035wt_905

is it worth buying???

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Listen to Raz76 , just buy an OEM fender liner that was made by Nissan . The eaby ones are cheap and they dont fit right at all . I know b/c I have one and an OEM one is on my short part list to order . Save yourself the time and money and get OEM . Also take the car back to the shop they are required by law to fix it .

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