Always wear safety glasses when working on your vehicle. Wear other personal protective equipment (PPE) when necessary, for example latex gloves or closed toe shoes.
Raise and support the vehicle with jackstands.
Remove the wheel and tire assembly. This will allow better access to the fender liner.
Remove all the accessable clips or screws from the fender liner.
Turn the steering wheel in the other direction and remove the remaining clips or screws.
Remove the fender liner.
Test fit the new fender liner to make sure all mounting holes line up.
Re-install the screws or clips that hold the liner in place. Replace any clips that may have been damaged during removal.
Install the tire assembly and torque the lug nuts 80-110 ft. lbs. Lower the vehicle to the ground.
Test the fender liner to make sure it is secure.
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