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Hi,

This weekend I took some time (rare) to wash my car and I noticed that my front fender had some play underneath at the wheel arch. A quick check dit not show what was wrong. I would like to know how I can re attache this fender. Any diagrams? It's probable one of the famouw porsche clips!

See the red circle on the picture (this will make it more clear, hopefully)

Thanks, frank

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I would suggest removing the inner fender liner. Best way to do that is the jack up the car on that side, remove the wheel, and the few screws and plastic nuts the hold it in place. I am guessing ( because while I have had the inner fender liner off several times I never looked to see how the fender was attached )  there are 1 or more  screws or  speed nuts missing at the bottom most corner of the fender where your red circle is. There are no fewer than 22 speed nuts and screws that attach the fender to the chassis.  I don't think that one missing attachment (screw/speed nut ) would cause a great deal of slack in the fender at that point. Removing the fender liner would be the only way to get to the attachment points.  

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