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Old 03-06-2010
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Core support crack

My headlights shake so much because my core support is cracked in two places. Did this happen to anyone else? And what can i do to fix it? thanks.
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Core support or header panel?
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Its the core support.
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well, your headlights don't mount to the core support. they mount to the plastic/fiberglass header panel. the core support is the metal frame that your radiator is mounted to. if it's cracked, weld it up. if it's the header panel, buy a replacement.
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