Learn how to quickly replace your 2011-2014 Chrylser 200 fender. This fender is fairly easy to remove but it does have a couple hidden bolts. Let us show you how to tackle this easy job!
0:17 Fender bracket or bumper retainer & inner bolts
1:28 Lower fender bolts
1:57 Fender liner clips/bolts
2:15 Door bolts
2:40 Inner door bolt
3:29 Remove the top fender bolts
4:24 OPTIONAL; Bumper bracket replacement (ours was broken)
6:15 Install the fender
7:46 Secure the entire fender, work your way backward
Hello folks! Thank you for stopping by and watching our 2011-2014 Chrysler 200 fender replacement. This is a very easy job to get done. You only need a few tools to get this done. There are a couple of “hidden” bolts in the back of the fender, but nothing too crazy. Please let us know if you have any questions in the comments. The link to purchase this fender is above and also in the comments.
You will need a 10mm wrench or socket wrench. You will also need a panel clip removal tool or a flat-head screwdriver.
There is normally a fender bolt that secures the bumper to the fender. Ours was missing as well as the plastic clip that attaches the fender liner to the fender. It shaved a few minutes of our time but there is a small 10mm bolt. There is also a fender bolt next to the bumper retainer that needs to be removed as well as a hidden bolt near the windshield water reservoir. The bolt is part of a bracket that attaches to the frame. The most important piece is the lower nut that is attached to the bottom of the fender. The bottom fender bolts do not even have to be removed, just loosened. Once you get the lowe bolts off, there are two bolts near the door. One is behind the door and the other is behind the fender liner. Push back the fender liner and towards the wall, there is a fender bolt there. This bolt was a bit hard to take off since our fender was pushed in. Once this is off, you can remove the final top fender bolts. Don’t forget the bolt by the windshield cowl. Now you can remote your fender and replace it with the new one. For us, we had to change out the fender or bumper bracket. Ours was broken but it is held on by a couple bolts behind the fender. Once that is done, you can mont the fender and reattach all the bolts back to the fender.
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