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How do you remove the front bumper on a 1984 Firebird?

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2011-09-13 06:22:10
2011-09-13 06:22:10

To remove the second gen f-body you have to first get under it remove the lower shroud. remove the four bolts in both fenders where they conect to the bumper. i have found that removing the head light assembly made it easier to reach the bolts. Remove the plate that hood latch is in. If you take the lower support off of it it comes all the way out. then remove the four bolts that hold the bumber to the frame rails. (four bolts in each fraim rail Eight total). then that bumper will come right off.

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