this one was a pain in my butt, not only did I have to remove all of the visable skrews and boalts, 3 on top and several underneth. but the four bolts that realy hold that nose piece on are super hard to get to. first turn your weels left if you are trying to get to the two on the right side, then unskrew the skrews holding the shroud in the weel well. reaching through the inside of the weel well and the front fender you will see or feel 2 bolts, one above the other about 2 inches apart. to get to these I had to use every socket extender and adapter I had to loosen these bolts. ( Good luck with that part ). the front should start to come off, repeat the same steps on the other side to fully remove the nose piece. Just a little tip, I used magnents in the front to make sure that the bolts would not back out of the hole while I was trying to put the nose back on. If you drop those bolts you will probably never get them back in their origonal holes.
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.
You must remove the front bumper cover.. There is no way to get around it, unless you drill holes in the cover where the light mounting screws are located..
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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.
Remove the front bumper cover.... there should be 3 mounting bolts to remove the headlight after the bumper is removed.
To remove the front bumper on a zx2 , first you need to remove all of the fasteners on the top side of the bumper. ( open the hood and look straight down, remove all of those black plastic retaing screws.) After you remove the fasteners from the topyou need to lay down and get all of those small screws on the bottom/front of the bumper. Basically they just hold on the front splash guard but you need to remove them anyways. Once you take care of the top and bottom side of the bumper you need to remove both of the front inner fender wells. It's usually easier if you remove the wheels first. Once you remove the inner fender wells, get you a 3/8 drive ratchet wrench with a LONG extension. There are two (2) bolts on each side of the bumper, I believe they are a 13mm. Take out all four (4) bolts and then remove the front bumper cover and your done.
First remove the bumper cover. You need to take off the front grill to get at the plastic retainers that hold the top of the buimber on. There are about four retainers on the bootom of the bumper.
# 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
Behind the front bumper cover. Stick your head down there and have someone give it a honk.
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This video on YouTube (see Related Links) will show you how to remove the front bumper cover from of a 2004-2007 Honda Accord.
throw a hand grenade at it
Not Necessary but helps a lot: Jack the front of the car up on both sides and remove the front wheels. Remove the bolts that hold the plastic fender well up. If you look at the seam where the front bumper cover meets the right front corner panel (one's metal and one's plastic) there are more bolts to remove. Pop the hood, and remove the push locks that hold the plastic bumper to the metal frame in front of the engine on top of the radiator. The front bumper cover should fall off (if you don't want it scratched lay a towel down in front to lay the bumper on. From there, remove the two bolts that hold the front Chevy symbol to the bumper cover. and pop it off.
Park the Impala on a level surface and engage the parking brake. Remove the keys from the vehicle's ignition.Crawl underneath the front of the vehicle and use a slotted screwdriver to pry off the splash shield in each wheel well directly in front of both front tires. Once the shields are removed, you can access the screws securing the bumper cover to the fender.Remove the two screws on each side of the bumper cover with a Phillips screwdriver.Remove the bumper cover from the front of the vehicle by pulling it up and off the Impala. You may need another person to help you remove the bumper cover. Install a new bumper cover by placing it onto the front of the Impala.Crawl underneath the Impala again and reinstall the two screws on each side of the bumper cover. Reattach the splash shields to the wheel wells.
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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
No they are totally different.
behind the front bumper
== == == == you don't it's molded int to the bumper.
This person gave a very detailed description of how to remove the bumper.http://www.rcaz.com/rcaz/sub%20indexes/eclipsebumper/index.htm
go under front bumper remove rubber cover remove the wires then twist light assembly and remove bulb simple
there are 6 10mm bolts that hold the bumper. you will have to remove your mudcover. then there are 6 bolts on the inside of the bumper (3 on each side by the wheel) and 2 pins that hold it (by the hood release) these you pry of with a flat screwdriver. after removing these you should be able to remove the bumper
Lay down on the ground in front of the cover,look between the cover and the bumper and you'll see two Phillips head screws.remove them and your cover will be off.I just did this.