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Q: I got into a accident and I want to know what the part is called that I have to fix

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I got into a accident and I want to know what the part is called of what I have to fix

My car has 170000 miles.

Hi there. Unfortunately, we can’t download images on this Q & A section. If you’ve damaged your vehicle during an accident, it’s always best to let your insurance company inspect the car to see what is damaged first.

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