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Old 01-03-2010, 11:35 PM   #1
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Question front bumper removal

dose any one have pics or know how the front bumper comes off i would like to see some pics before i do this though
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with mine there were some snap things on the valence..but i don't remember if those were blocking the bolts, anyway there's only four bolts it's pretty easy.
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ok well the valence is off and i herd there was 8 bolts so idk
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Get under it and look. There's the plastic snaps you need to pull out. Then you will see 4 bolts on each side attached to the bracket. But actually there is 2 bolts on each side that I believe pull the whole bracket off. When I took mine off I did the 4 bolts on each side, but I was told just take the 2 out on each side and it comes off. It's not hard, but time consuming.
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o thanks well i did every thing already today and it was easy got my new valance on now gota get some fogs and tow hooks
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So you replaced your lower valance with 1 that has the holes for fog lights? How much did it cost?
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dude got for a steal at certifit for 32 bucks now im waiting for a good deal on fogs and hooks
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Damn. My front bumper is jacked... Top plastic panel is F-ed. The plastic brackets are broken off so it sits weird. Chrome bumper part was jacked, but was able to press it out some. Lower fog light valance has a crack, no biggie. But I have a 3 finger gap on each side. I want to just replace the whole thing, but I only see the chrome bumper piece for like $240. That's not the top plastic piece or valance...! My bracket might be bent, if I bend it back it might fit up better..
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wow you got a pic
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Look in my album. lol.
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