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Honda Fit: Front Inner Fender Replacement

NOTE:

  1. For some models: Remove the side sill panel.

  1. Remove the front inner fender (A).

    1. Canada model without side sill panels: On the back of the wheel arch, remove the screws (B), release the adhesive tape (C) from the body, and remove the front splash guard (D).

    1. From under the front bumper (E), remove the screws (F) securing the front bumper, the splash shield (G), and the front inner fender.

    1. Remove the clip (H) securing the front bumper and the front inner fender.

    1. From the wheel arch, remove the clips (I, J, K, L).

    1. Release the hook (M) on the splash shield, then remove the front inner fender.

      NOTE: To release the clips H, I, pry up on the center pin at the notch (N).

  2. Fastener Locations: Screw, 3B: Clip, 8J: Clip, 2H, I: Screw, 2F: Clip, 1K: ClipLWithout side sill panel, 3With side sill panel, 1NNMECDAL(Canada modelwithout sidesill panel)Canada model withoutside sill panelBBBIFFHGJJJJJKJJJL

  3. Canada model without side sill panel: Prepare the front splash guard for installation by removing any remaining adhesive tape. Clean the bonding surface with a shop towel dampened in isopropyl alcohol. Apply primer to the front splash guard, then attach new adhesive tape.

    Adhesive tape:

    Thickness 1.2 mm (0.047 in)

    Width 10 mm (0.39 in)

    Length 60 mm (2.4 in)

  1. Install the inner fender in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

    • If the clips are damaged or stress-whitened, replace them with new ones.

    • Push the clips and the hook into place securely.

    • Canada model without side sill panel: Fasten the front splash guard mounting screws in the sequence shown. Push the splash guard (A) against the body to make the adhesive (B) stick securely.

  2. Fastener Locations: Screw, 3???AB
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