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Is there an easy way to determine whether paintless dent repair is viable for large hail dents without going to a shop?

I'm not sure I can give you a definitive answer, but I can give you information which might help. First, maybe a little understanding of how paintless dent repair (PDR) works. Basically, the repair ...
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Jeep won't start

It sounds like your ignition switch is either broken or it has come loose from its mount. If it is simply loose: Put the key in and turn it in the opposite direction, counterclockwise. Wiggle and ...
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Peugeot 206 crashed repairing

It's impossible to say from your pictures as they are all from the top of the car, the really important views are underneath, however they aren't that important to give a reasonable answer. If the car ...
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Basic Automotive Maintenance Repair - Compiling a Toolset

As a 30 year automotive technician who is eccentric about everything having a place. It's absolutely necessary to have all 3 sizes of ratchets. You will need 4mm to 13mm in 1/4 drive that's both deep ...
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Using slightly larger wire for repair

If this is a plain-vanilla 1-conductor wire that carries only power, the car won't care if you use a heavier gauge. The one time in a car that you should not use a heavier gauge is when the wire is ...
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Windshield repair with no shade

I think either would work, but there are drawbacks. As far as using an umbrella, is it going to continuously provide you the shade while you work? Or will you need to be shifting it as the sun moves? ...
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