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Taking off the bumper

I was in a slight collision with another car. well long story short, i gotta take the bumper off and put it back on straight. Does anyone know what the best way to going about this is. I need to know where the bolts or clips are?? Please help!! Its just pushed in on one side and pulled out a little on the other side.

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There are black buttons looking things that the middle pries out of under the hood right where the plastic bumber starts. BE VERY CAREFUL REMOVING THESE THEY WILL BREAK OFF IN A MINUTE!!!! Next u need to remove the front tires and support the car on jackstands. Then take a long (at least 24 inch) extension and remove the bolts holding the bumper on both sides now it should come off.

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