The 1991 Honda Civic front bumper is secured by eight retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts. The bumper will come off.
The rear bumper on a Honda Civic is held on using several mounting screws. After remove each screw the bumper will be held on with mounting clips. The bumper can be gently pulled off.
A 2005 Rear bumper will fit on a 2001. Although the years are off by four, the type of Civic is still from the same series.
The front bumper of a 2000 Honda Civic is held on by several mounting screws. First remove all the screws, then gently pull the bumper off the remaining mounting clips.
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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.
I am not entirely sure about the 2004, but in a 2001 Civic DX it is located behind the front bumper on the driver's side. You have to take the bumper off to get at it.
Find all the clips, then pull them off. There should be 2 or 3 screws on each side.
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You must remove the bolts that connect the bumper to the frame from underneath the rear of the truck. Have someone hold the bumper so that it does not fall on you when you remove the bolts.
The Toyota Corolla front bumper is held in place with eight retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts and the bumper will come off.
open the hood. look straight down and there are little clips on the front of the frame...sorta by the radiator... unscrew them and it should come off.
To remove a stock stereo from a 2005 Honda Civic LX all the mounting bolts need to be off. The center console will have all the necessary screws removed to reach the mounting bolts. When all the bolts are removed the radio unit will slide out.
The 2007 Santa Fe rear bumper is held in place by eight retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts and the bumper will come off.
The 1994 Ford Explorer rear bumper is held in place with eight retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts and the rear bumper will come off.
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You remove the two bolts up under the very edge of the front bumper in the wheel well by turning the wheels to the extreme left and right to get to it. You remove the plastic clip things at the top above the H symbol in the middle under the hood. You remove the bolts on the bottom of the bumper that hold it on to the car underneath. all you do from then, is just pull the bumper off and you can then access the bolts for the headlights!! you are done!
First, you'll need to remove the front bumper. To do this, take off the bolts underneath the front part of the bumper. Remove the bumper turn signals to access the two bolts per side that hold the bumper on the car. Support the bumper by putting something underneath it. Then get a stubby Phillips screwdriver and remove the two screws per side at the end of the bumper (in the wheel well). Bumper should come off. Remove the headlight assembly by diconnecting the headlight sockets, remove the 10mm bolts above each headlight assembly. Remove the 10mm bolts below the headlight assembly. Done.
Remove two screws on either side of the bumper in the front fender wells. These hold the bumper to the fenders. Then go underneith the car and remove all of the 10mm bolts holding the bumper on. Next, remove the side marker lights (one Phillips screw) on both sides of the bumper. You may find more 10mm bolts behind these. Next, open the hood and remove the screws along the top of the bumper between where the headlights are and pull off the metal bar that was screwed down. You should be able to remove the bumper now. If it doesn't come off, tug on it to see where you might have missed additional bolts or screws. It's not hard at all and once you've done it once you can easily remove it in about 5 minutes. Be careful not the scratch the bumper once it's off the car. If you're going to sit it on the ground, sit it on a blanket or some towels with the "mouth" of the bumper facing upward.
the bumper and grill comes off as one, with two screws where it connects to the fenders, five plugs for the grill and two plugs on bumper. Pull it off and four 10's -two on top, one on inside towards where grill was, and one that connects to the fender.
The front bumper on a 1991 Acura Integra is held on by several mounting screws. Remove all the screws and gently pull the bumper off the remaining mounting clips.
You probably have to take the bumper off. My understanding is that it is fairly easy to remove the bumper; several bolts under plastic caps on the top (under the hood) and a few screws / bolts on the bottom. One forum said it was a five minute job.
Depends on if it's just the cover and if you do the remove and replace yourself. I did a 2008 Civic rear bumper cover for $250 (real Honda part) + $260 for painting. Took me about 1.5 hrs total - had to put the back of the car on stands , take the rear wheels off, remove the mudflaps, undo 6 bolts and remove the old one. Install was the reverse - needs 2 people to handle the new cover.