I happen to hit a big ice mass that was on road while driving. My front bumper got cracked on one side that it looks so awkward. how much does it takes to replace it? i got a quote of $ 550 . Not sure if i can find any better than that.
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Approx £300 from honda, but you can get a cheaper part that looks just the same for about £190 if you can find a salvage yard you might get a genuine honda one the same colour as your car for about £100
Apply the parking brake and raise the vehicle and support it securely on jackstands.
Disconnect the negative battery cable, then the positive battery cable and wait two minutes before proceeding further (make sure you have the code if you have an anti-theft radio because you will need it after disconnecting the battery).
Working under the vehicle, detach the screws securing the lower edges of the bumper cover (use a small screwdriver to pop the center button up on the plastic fasteners, but do not try to remove the center buttons.They stay in the ferrules)
Remove the bolts, screws and plastic pins on each side retaining the bumper cover to the splash shields.Remove the bolt on each side where the bumper cover attaches to the fender.
Working at the top, detach the retaining bolts (2) securing the bumper cover to the hood latch support.Remove the cover.
When you put it back, make sure the tabs along the top edge of the bumper cover fit into the corresponding clips on the body before attaching the bolts and screws.An assistant is helpful.
Under the bumper cover is a fiberglass bumper. It could be broken or your bumper mounts could be bent on that side. It is best to remove the screws (on the side of the wheel well) and 10mm bolts holding the bumper cover, and locate the two frontal bolts in each bracket. There are also some plastic push pin nuts in various spots too. Don't try to get the push pins under the headlights, they will come with when the bumper is removed.
remove plastic rivets and bolts holding bumper within fender well, between lights near hood latch, and bottom of bumber, be careful taking bumper off to prevent cracking. exact opposite for installing bumper
There are 5 bolts holding the headlight assembly in place. 2 at the top and 3 underneath.
Remove the plastic cross piece by prising out the clips and then the grille clips too then unbolt the bolts eithr side under the wheel arch. The bumper is still fastened using cips. Pull the bumper forward to unclip.
Its not that hard but you have to remove bumper to get to the two bottom bolts that holds the headlights. First remove grille and there are 2 10mm bolts that holt the tip of fenders they are the first bolts under the fender weld closes to the bumper cover. Then there are two bumper mounts/brackets that hold bumper to frame/radiator support. they are held by (4) 12mm bolts may need a swivel socket to get to them( easily accessed if you remove front signal lights in the bumper held by philips screws in the corners).After removing bracket bumper should come right off. Headlights are in plain clear view. (4) 10mm bolts and you are done. Re-install in the reverse. Good Luck . If I fixed ya leave me a FIX-YA comment. Contact me if you need more info
you will need to remove the 2 front signal lights by loosening the single captive screw on each of them. under the signal lights , you will see 2 14" bolts holding each side of the bumper. make sure you loosen the screws that hold the bumber to the fenders.