Learn how to replace your 2016 Mitsubishi Lancer fender in just a few minutes. It’s very easy to do but has a couple pesky bolts. We’ll show you how to get this done!
Where to buy: http://bit.ly/LancerFender
0:29 Tools needed
1:06 Remove the bumper
1:25 Headlight removal
3:02 Bottom fender bolts
3:31 Fender liner removal
4:40 Fender bolts near the door
6:55 Top fender bolts
8:35 Transfer fender accessories, side marker, brackets, etc…
Thank you for watching our 2008-2017 Mitsubishi Lancer fender replacement video. We’ll show you how to remove your fender and replace the accessories. Hopefully, you successfully removed your fender and should have no problem installing it. Just work your way backwards on this video if you do. The fender replacement is pretty simple but it does require you to remove the headlight and to do so, you have to remove the front bumper. We have the video card up at the beginning or you can follow the link below.
Mitsubishi Lancer front bumper removal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqJqZw6irmk
A 10mm wrench or socket wrench. A Philips screwdriver, a panel clip removal tool, or a flat-head screwdriver also works well.
Let’s get started. In order to get this fender off, you have to remove the headlight. There are a few bolts that you need to get to and to do so, you have to remove the front bumper. Please visit the link above or click on the video card for the Lancer front bumper removal. Once the bumper is off, you can remove the headlight attached to the fender. Our headlight was broken in the accident, so it was pretty easy for us. There is a bolt that attaches to the longer vertical bracket on the fender that we missed because the headlight broke due to the accident. Remove all the fender bolts and on the bottom and top. They are pretty easy to spot and get to. There are a few bolts near the door that are a bit trickier. First, detach the fender liner from the fender. There are a couple bolts behind the fender liner closest to the door. There is also a bolt that you have to remove from the cabin. You will also need an extension to reach it. We have a couple short ones and a ridiculously long one. You don’t need the one we used but you can combine your smaller ones. We also did not see a plastic pin holding the fender on the same side towards the top of the fender. The Lancer has a plastic cover or accent piece on the fender that covers a bolt as well. Lastly, there is a bolt under the windshield cowl cover. Once everything is off, you can remove the fender and transfer all the accessories over. There are a few clips, the bumper retainer/bracket, long fender bracket, and the side marker. Now you can install the fender back onto your vehicle. This should be pretty easy since you just removed the fender. Work your way backward and you should be just fine. Let us know if you would like us to make the install video.
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