yes it will camaro parts from 82-92 will interchange
No, they were subtly different between those years
No, it will not fit without major modification. The front end of the 1993-1997 Camaro is much different from the 1998-2002 models. Any 1993-1997 Camaro bumper will fit the car in question without any modification unless the bumper was made by an after-market company. In that case, unless the company guarantees it, it may not fit properly.
No, the steel bumpers from a 1977 Camaro will not fit in a 1978 Camaro, As the 1978 "Bumper" is part of the front end. Taking off the 1978 "Bumper" would mean cutting it off, which would make the car look like something else.
Underneath the front bumper, center. Rubberized handle.
Not quite, the 74 Nova had provisions for the shock absorbing front bumper in the frame horns which the 67 Camaro did not have.
Yes they fit. Just keep in mind that the sideskirt/groundeffect sizes changed over the years, so an 82 rear bumper would look just a little bit 'off' where it meets the plastic extensions of the quarter panels. It wouldn't be noticeable at all with the front bumper, however.
bumper is connected to fenders by several bolts that you can see if you open the hood and look toward the area where the nose and fender join.
No. All bolts can be loosened simply by opening the hood. It takes some wiggling, but they come out without taking off the front bumper.
http://www.bfranker.badz28.com/fbody/repaint.htm this has everything you need to know to remove bumper cover just ignore the stuff about repainting unless that's what u plan to do
reach up under front bumper and twist the bulb out.
reach up under the bumper. twist the bulb housing and pull out. replace bulb.
should be able to reach up under the bumper, and twist and pull out the bulb.
No, the 98 Camaro is when Chevy started switching things up, they headlights aren't the in cased bulbs for headlights they are now a 9000 type bulb such as a 9005 I believe is what 98 Camaro's take for headlights. The only way I could think it was possible is if you replaced the headlights, hood, fenders, bumper, and I'm not sure then if it would still work. Those two years are the two different 4th generation Camaro's made.
No it won't fit. The 69 tanks has a metal hose built into the tank. Exits behind the license plate. 67 and 68 exit above the bumper on rear panel of the car. 69 Camaro and Firebird are all by themselves. One year only. I need one too!!! (69).
Bumper to Bumper was created in 1995.
Typically to the frame or maybe even the metal part of the bumper. I don't have my T/A here to look at to tell you the exact location.
Some differences found in the 1978 Camaro from the previous model include a new front and rear bumper and a hood scoop with a decal. You can get more information about this at the Wikipedia. Once on the page, type "Chevrolet Camaro (Second Generation)" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.
There is about 12 bolts on the underside of the bumber cover that you must take out. Also, 4 up top and 1 or 2 in each finder well. Have fun....
Bumper to Bumper warranties cover the entire car, inside and out, if anything is wrong. So, they literally guaruntee the car bumper to bumper, in and out.
Bumper to Bumper - 2008 SUSPENDED was released on: USA: 2008
lift ur car its on the front bumper on the passenger side just remove the two screws located under, then open the little door, ur gona see the signal lights sockets, look around in there and ull see the worn speaker, so its inside the bumper