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Q: How to in bent the little corner of my car door?.

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When I parked somewhere I guess the sidewalk was to high so the door hit the floor and the little corner of the door got bent in and scratched and I want to know how to put it back into place

My car has 3900 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

This is not something that is easily "bent" back into place without causing further damage. Depending on the specific location, the size of the dent and depth of the scratch, this may have to be repaired by an auto body shop. Have it taken to an auto body shop to have it repaired.

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