To remove the front bumper from a Celebrity: 1. Raise the vehicle as needed and put on stands. The parking brake should be on. 2. Remove the end covers 3. Remove the valence cover. 4. Remove the nuts that hold the bumper to the mounting struts. Be careful to avoid having the bumper fall off onto you. 5. Remove the bumper. Reverse these instructions to put the bumper back on.
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!
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.
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.
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