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You can use acetone to melt and weld ABS plastic. Simply apply acetone to the broken edges and hold them together firmly. You could then reinforce it from behind the skirt by using epoxy (loctite?) to glue improvised braces. Alternatively, you could use scrap ABS as braces and stick them using acetone as well. I found this video among many other ...


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There is a lack of the word aluminum. I don't think you'd have any issue using it in aluminum though. I think that falls under other surfaces portion. As for the fix, if at all possible, I'd use something to the effect of a Helicoil instead. It will have a lot better longevity than the putty would. The kit in the link has several different sizes to work ...


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tl dr; - Once the radiator is changed, it's probably going to clear up most of the issues. It could be several issues happening all at once, but let's focus on first things. You're car is most likely boiling over due to the leak in the radiator. The system is not building the pressure it normally would, so will boil sooner than what it would normally. The ...


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Seriously, $700 would not even start to fix this issue. This is probably $10-15,000 worth of work there ... easily. If the car was in perfect shape, it would only be worth $5,000 at the outside. My suggestion to you is, treat this as a throw away car and drive it until the wheels fall off. Save your money and purchase something which will actually be ...


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Follow Paulster2's comment is to get a perfect result. But prior to going to a body shop or going to the scrapyard, you might try this: As the dent looks really clean to me, another possibility might be to remove the inner door trims and push against the dent from the inside. You might be able to reach the dent from the inside without too much parts that ...


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With the damage which is there, a suction cup dent puller is not going to do the job you are looking for it to do. If there was only "dent" damage, the suction cup can sometimes remove them. When you have creasing, pulls, dents, and paint transference, you are going to need a body shop to get this fixed. Alternatively, you could find a replacement door at ...



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