Remove the tail lamps,remove the plastic retainers from the wheel well area. Remove the retainers below the tailgate opening and below the bumper. Lift up on the sides of the bumper to disengage the sides of the bumper. Pull it back a little and disconnect the connector for the park aid sensors if equipped. Pull back and it is off.
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autozone will have that replacement hardware in the body aisle its usually some assorted bolts, and plastic clips''if the car needs moved to get there, may need to wire tie it up enough or remove entirely to go there(or any closer parts or body shop.
rtm (read the manual) alldata dot com. and there is no limits to damage, only looking and measuring as you dismantle works. what will be, will be. on most cars. 1: remove bumper skins. 2: remove bumper mounts. wires, etc. bingo.
I would suggest getting a chilton or hayes repair manual for about $25-30 dollars online or store with pictures, illustrations and directions. too much information to simply post and the ministrations will greatly help you, by the way did you check the fuses first and test the wiper power wire to see if the motor is getting power when switched on?
will try to help!with your car in park on level ground, try bouncing your car up and down by pushing down on rear of car, maybe trunk deck or rear bumper. just someting safe to push down on body of car downward. if the car bounces up and down twice on it's own, after pushing it down hard, your answer is a bad rear strut,[note] if you intend to replace 1 rear strut,,please do both rear, it will improve your ride, plus save you from doing 1 at a time. THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING FIXYA.COM!!
Depends on how baddly the whole car is bent and how much you pay your self. You can do it, and if it's bent bad enought that you can't expect to pay mor than flat rate anyway because thier not just changing the bumper cover and or the bumper core and or the bumper core supports and or painting the new bumper cover and or replacing or straightening the care and even pulling the frame.. Most body shops and dealers will estimate this job but they have to see it because of the stroy I just told. They most often estimate for free as your insureance companies adjuster wight also. They may even come to your work or home to see the problem. If you want to keep the insurance man out of the loop then go to an auto parts store that sells auto paint and supplies. They'll tellyou about their customers and what to expect from them. and you'll hear alot of different prices, including look good or look good and be good and strong, all the prices wil be different.
look for "chiltons truck and van manual"-for your year covers all makes and bumper 2 bumper repair-also can look for make specific chilton repair manual smaller book/dvd or haynes automotive repair manual book/dvd