Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
1996 Jeep Ltd. How do I remove the parts? What tools might I need? My son just skidded into a steel fence!
What you need is a good half inch ratchet and a breaker bar. Can't tell you what size sockets to use, but you can figure that out. Remove any wiring attached to bumper then loosen bolts that secure it to the frame (it usually helps to spray hardware with good penetrating oil the day before, then again just before you start.) Use breaker bar to get bolts loose... depending upon rust level, sometimes you may need a short pipe over the handle to get more leverage. Don't beat on anything with a sledge hammer or you may trip impact sensor & won't be able to start car afterwards. Otherwise, it's just bolt off, bolt back on and your'e finished!
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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