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so the other week i was driving and it had just rained and i was going to home and when i was coming up to a turn i didnt realize how quickly it had come up and when i turned i downshifted and hydroplaned and then over corrected and hit my back rear tire into a curb but the tire was fine and it ruined the rim and shifted the axle and my drivers seat airbag went off. i have fixed the axle, gotten a new rim, done 4 wheel tire alignment and everything but the drivers side door will not shut all the way and the drivers side windown wont open but a little more than halfway and the door will not lock by the remote. also where the trunk opens, the gap on the left side is shifted over where when the trunk is closed the metal touches, but on the right side the gap is extra large... what can i do to at least get the door to shut all the way because when i drive i can hear the wind whistling and i would like to be able to open my window and lock my car again, so what could this be and how can i get it fixed and about how much would this cost?? thanks.


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Time for a frame rack/alignment.


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Yup, put it on the frame machine and get it pulled back into shape.

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