Some of the car components auto owners purchase are upgrades that improve the automobile’s performance or appearance. These are great, but they are not crucial. A header panel is a car component that your car simply cannot do without. It separates the grille from the hood and serves as the piece to which the grille and the headlights are attached. If yours has become damaged or otherwise deformed, hurry and replace it immediately. Some drivers think that they can straighten out the header panel single-handedly. This is not a very good idea. The only way the header panel will fit onto your Mercury Sable is if it has exactly the right shape. Since perfection is impossible to achieve, you should never try to fix your header panel yourself. The much better solution is to order a new Mercury Sable header panel from a well-known and respected company such as CARiD.com.
On our web site, CARiD.com, you will find a perfect header panel for your Mercury Sable. Manufactured by such world-renowned companies as Replace and Goodmark, the header panels we have in stock are durable and high-quality. Moreover, at CARiD.com you can purchase one for a very low price and install it single-handedly. If you’ve ever held a screw-driver in your hands, the header panel replacement process will not cause you any problems.
You may need a replacement header panel to ensure the quality restoration of a vintage classic, or you may need one to repair an accident damaged late model vehicle. Either way, CARiD can supply you with what you need. But don’t just take our word for it. We know these decisions can be hard, so we’ve collected reviews from our customers so you can have the benefit of their experience. Read over 2 header panel reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the header panel that is perfect for your needs.
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"I love it, and really needed it... and it was easy to put on."
"The headlight panel installation went well. One of the metal brackets shipped was not a match. I was able to use my original brackets. Most importantly the headlights went in very well. I can't honestly comment on the quality until the vehicle is driven for a year or so to see if the plastic can hold up to the bumps in the road. "