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How do you remove the rear bumper from a Toyota Corolla?

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2009-09-18 10:49:19
2009-09-18 10:49:19

For 2005 Corolla (may fit Corolla 2001 - 2005)

Tools reruired:

1/ 4 mm slot screwdriver

2/ #1 Philip hear screwdriver

3/ 10 mm socket and 1/4" drive

4/ 10 mm deep socket

5/ 6" 1/4" drive extension.

Procedures:

1/ Remove spare wheel cover assembly

2/ Remove rear floor finish plate by:

a/ remove the 3 clips
b/ use a screwdriver to pry out the rear floor finish plate carefully.

3/ Remove the luggage compartment trim cover inner LH by remove 4 clips.

4/ use same manner to remove the luggage compartment trim cover RH.

5/ Disconnect the rear bumper side seal LH.

6/ Disconnect the rear bumper side seal RH.

7/ Remove the rear bumper cover by removing
a/ 4 nuts with 10 mm deep socket
b/ 2 screws inside the bumper cover
c/ 6 clips at the bottom of the bumper cover
d/ Disengaged the hooks and remove.

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