How To Repair Body Parts in Car Mechanic Simulator


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Here’s how to repair a damaged body in Car Mechanic Simulator.

How To Repair Body Parts in Car Mechanic Simulator

A new damage type called “Dent” has been added to Car Mechanic Simulator 2021. Body damage, such as Dents, requires you to repair damaged panels through your garage’s Body Repair Table. But before repairing damaged body panels, you must unlock the necessary work benches.

In this quick guide, we will walk you through how to repair damaged body panels in the Car Mechanic Simulator.

How to Repair Body in Car Mechanic Simulator

To repair body panels in the Car Mechanic Simulator, you must first unlock the Repair Table (Body). Repair Tables allows you to repair body parts except lights and windows.

To unlock the Repair Table (Body), purchase the Garage Expansion ($10,000) and Body Repair Station ($2,500), and unlock Renovator 1-6. You can also purchase the Welder ($5,000) to repair certain body parts.

Purchase the Body Repair Station to start body repairs in Car Mechanic Simulator.
You have to purchase the Garage Expansion upgrade to gain access to the body repair table in Car Mechanic Simulator.
A screenshot showing the various upgrades that you can purchase to improve your abilities in Car Mechanic Simulator

After you have unlocked the necessary workbenches, you can start repairing body parts in the Car Mechanic Simulator. Here’s how to do it.

  1. Remove damaged body panels from a car or purchase them from the scrap pile in the Junkyard.
Remove the damaged body part from your car in Car Mechanic Simulator.

2. Go to the Repair Table.

Go to the Repair Table in Car Mechanic Simulator repair damaged body parts

3. Click on the body part you want to repair.

Select the damaged body part that you want to repair at the repair table

4. Press and hold the Repair button to start the repair process.

Select the damaged body part that you want to repair at the repair table

5. You must stop the orange arrow on any green bars to make the repair successful.

A screenshot showing the repair process for repairing a damaged body part in Car Mechanic Simulator

6. You might have to repair the body part a few times to return it to perfect condition.

A screenshot showing the repaired body part in your inventory in Car Mechanic Simulator

Where is the repair table in Car Mechanic Simulator?

You can find the Repair Table inside the room next to the tire repair section in your garage. You can only access this part of the garage after you have purchased the Garage Expansion upgrade. The Garage Expansion upgrade unlocks the two Repair Tables (Parts and body) alongside the Battery Charger, Brake Lathe, and Welder.

A screenshot showing where you can find the Repair Table in Car Mechanic Simulator

What can be repaired in Car Mechanic Simulator?

You can repair almost every car part in Car Mechanic Simulator. However, the game requires parts to be in at least 15% or greater condition to be repaired.

Body Parts:

  • Bumper
  • Hood
  • Door
  • Clamshells
  • Fender
  • Side Mirrors
  • Truck

Engine Parts:

  • AC Compressor
  • Air filter Base
  • Air Filter Cover
  • Alternator
  • Battery
  • Camshaft
  • Carburetor
  • Clips (A/B)
  • Controller Cover
  • Crankshaft
  • Crankshaft Bearing Cap
  • Engine Block
  • Engine Head
  • Engine Head Cover
  • Exhaust Manifold
  • Fuse Box Base/Cover
  • Fuel Injector
  • Fuel Rail
  • Ignition Coil B
  • Ignition Distributor Cap
  • Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Intake Manifold
  • Intercooler
  • Intermediate Housing
  • Mechanical Fuel Injection Shaft
  • Oil Pan
  • Power Steering Pump
  • Radiator
  • Radiator Fan
  • Radiator Fan Housing
  • Rear Side Housing Block
  • Rod Cap
  • Starter
  • Thermostat
  • Throttle
  • Timing Cover
  • Turbo/Supercharger
  • Water Pump


  • Coil-Spring Rear Drive Axle
  • Front/Rear Drive Axle
  • Front/Rear Axle Knuckle cover
  • front Drive Shaft
  • Front Steering Knuckle
  • Front/Rear Suspension Crossmember
  • Leaf Spring
  • Leaf Spring Plate
  • Leaf-Spring Rear Drive Axle
  • Leaf Spring U-Bolt
  • Spring Cap
  • Steering Rack
  • Suspension Arms
  • Wheel Hub


  • ABS Module
  • ABS Pump
  • Brake Caliper
  • Brake Caliper Cylinder
  • Brake Discs
  • Brake Servo
  • Brake Shoe


  • Clutch Plate
  • Drive Shaft
  • Front Differential
  • Front Drive Shaft
  • Gearbox
  • Transfer Case


  • Bracket
  • Bracket Support
  • Bottom Fan Housing
  • Centre Housing
  • Charger
  • Charging Input Filter (CHRG-e E1)
  • Cooling Hose
  • End Housing
  • End Rear Housing
  • EV Battery Module
  • Front End Housing
  • Fan (CHRG-e E1)
  • Power Electronic Controller
  • Power Electronics Cover
  • Top Fan Housing


  • Rims
  • Vehicle Addons

Final Thoughts

Body Repairs are one of the most exciting new features to arrive in Car Mechanic Simulator 2021. The ability to repair car parts can make a ton of difference in restoring cars’ body parts in the game, allowing you to salvage and bring parts back into usable condition.

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