Q: Hail damage repair

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I need instruction on how to remove the hood from a 2016 Nissan Versa SV so I can repair the very small but numerous dents from hail damage. I've tried hot glue dent removal kits but they only make the barely pull out

My car has 18706 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

There should be 4 bolts (two on each side hinge) that hold the hood on your car. Unbolting these should get the hood off of the car. Be careful when doing this, as it can be an awkward job to do without two people.

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