My wife bumped into my car with hers and put a dent in her 2008 Camry bumper. I had to take off the bumper to pop out the dent - here is how i did it:
First, I started in the passenger side rear wheel well. There is a screw at the bottom and just unscrew it.
After that, there is another screw holding on that side of the bumper. If you look at the line that separates the bumper cowling with the frame, there is another screw about three inches from the wheel well along that line.
To get to it, you can feel for an opening under it that feels like you are sticking your finger into a test tube. Unscrew that screw and you are finished with that side of the car.
Once I unscrewed those two screws, I was able to pull that side of the bumper cover off. If you look under the very back of the car, you will notice some more screws that hold on the bumper, including one of those plastic pieces that too many cars use these days. Since my wife only bumped the passenger rear, I only disassembled the right side of the bumper, popped the bump out and reattached that side of it. I figure you could just repeat the process with the driver side and then see where the other attach points are by gently tugging on the bumper. I do not know how to take out those little plastic plugs and be able to reuse them - that is why I didn't go farther than I did. I hope this helps a little.
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Hi, I was looking for instructions as to "How to replace 1998 Toyota Camry rear bumper cover" and you got your question. If you have already replaced then please let me know otherwise I'm going to replace the part this weekened and I will let you know. Take care, Sam
just yank on it!
Remove the 1993 Toyota decorative radio cover in. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out. Remove the wiring harness.
Remove the screws in the wheel wells and underneath the plastic cover to remove the bumper cover. Then you can see to remove the actual bumper.
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Disconnect the spark plug wires, disconnect the PCV-valve, remove four nuts holding the cover. Make sure that wires are not in the way. Remove the cover.
REMOVE TWO TOP BOLTS ON HEADLAMP ASSY. THEN REMOVE BUMPER COVER, THATS RIGHT THE BUMPER COVER, THEN REMOVE TWO BOTTOM BOLTS
There are two screws that hold in the plastic cover on the cover on the top underside. remove these two screws and gently pry the plastic cover away. There are four screws that hold the stereo in place that will be accessible after you remove the cover. reassemble in reverse order.
You'll need a flathead screwdriver to pry it open from the opposite end of the switch
That would depend on many things. The year of your Toyota Camry, engine size, and how you drive.
To remove the rear bumper cover on a 1993 Ford Taurus wagon, the lights need to be disconnected in the rear. Once all electrical connections are disconnected in the rear, remove the taillights and the fuel filler overflow hose. Remove any nuts and bolts holding the bumper cover on. Using needle nose pliers, pop the push pins around the bumper cover upwards. Slowly pull on the bumper to remove it.
When it leaks.
I do not believe there is a metal bumper. There is a foam insert that goes inside the bumper cover.
Unbolt the front of the wheel well liner inside the wheel opening.Remove the bumper cover bolt from the bracket located inside of the bumper at the end.AT the front of the car, remove the bolts holding the bumper cover on, located underneath the vehicle.You should now be able to remove the bumper cover from the front of your Dodge Intrepid.An instructional video has been included to show you the removal process.
A very short Phillips head screwdriver to remove the 2 screws in the cover and lift out. There is not much roomk.
looking at the engine it's on the left side under the plastic cover... remove the 10mm bolts to access the belt.
rip it off
The diagrams are on the cover of the fuse boxes...
The small plastic cover in the corner of the window is removable. Mirror mounting fasteners and wiring connections can be removed to remove mirror.
# Apply parking brake,raise the vehicle and secure it # working under the vehicle,detach the fasteners securing the lower edges of the bumper cover # Working in the front wheel opening,detach the retaining screws securring the bumper cover to the inner fenderwell splash shield # Pry out the lower edge of the splash shield,then reach up behind the bumper cover and remove the bumper cover fender retaining nuts # remove the fasteners securing the upper portion of the bumper cover and pull the bumper cover assembly out and away from the vehicle. # Disconnect any electrical connections which would interfere with removal
To remove the rear bumper on the 2005 Nissan Sentra, you will first need to remove the rear bumper cover by using a flat tool to pry the pins. Then, access the bolts holding the bumper to the frame of the vehicle and remove the nuts. The bumper will then lift off.
1. If needed raise vehicle and support it on Jack stands 2. Remove the retaining screws in the wheel wells and along the upper and lower edges of the bumper cover. Remove the tail light housings. Remove the rear trim plate and pull luggage compartment trim out for access then remove the remaining bumper cover retaining screws. Remove the bumper bolts 3. On station wagons remove the rear window washer fluid reservoir for access to the bumper retaining bolts. The remaining bumper bolts are accessible from below 4. Pull the bumper and cover assembly out and away from the car