Factory service manuals that have been scanned and converted to Adobe Acrobat files are available for just a few dollars on eBay. Although I cannot tell you that I have seen the instructions to remove the bumper cover in these manuals they have the most complete instructions available since the original paper manual is put out by Subaru.
melt the plastic back. use a lighter,,,
that depends. does your 325e have a aluminum bumper or a plastic bumper? if it has the aluminum bumper, you should order new bumper shocks for an post face-lift 87 model. post 8/87. the reason? the shocks that fit aluminum bumpers are very long, and if u attach a plastic bumper, it will stick out too far. if the 325e has a plastic bumper, then everything will be as easy as detaching and re-attaching your bumper.
it will not fit. way different
They are behind the body panel under the front bumper.
Have a crunched driver side rear corner bumper. Looking for tips how to remove the skin. Thanks Dorel
The "bumper," "plastic ring" or "ring guard" should never be moved from the top. The purpose is to protect the graduated cylinder from breaking if it tips over. That is why you don't see them on plastic graduated cylinders.
I do not believe there is a metal bumper. There is a foam insert that goes inside the bumper cover.
It is made out of plastic.
Steel on the inside, a plastic cover on the outside.