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Rear bumper has been side swiped and is loose

Can you please tell me how to secure my rear bumper as it has been side swiped and the bumper is now loose. You can move it by touching it. Also, can you re attach the rear mudflap on the right side?

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Unfasten the still attached side safely and stretch the swiped side and rereplace the screws and use super glue to securely attach it back on ththe car

Posted on Jan 11, 2013

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SOURCE: remove the rear bumper

Removing Prowler Rear Bumpers First remove the four 10 MM bolts holding the trans cooler and drop it down. Support it by attaching one bolt to the lower hole on the cooler frame. This will keep the weight off the lines. This takes two min. and allows easy removal of the elect. lines. Then remove the four bolts on each bumper. The bolts are 13MM and 17MM. You will need a ratchet, sockets, extension and a 13MM open end wrench. If you remove the rear bumpers, you should replace the rear pan with one of the aftermarket ones otherwise you will have big holes staring at the people behind you. Go to prowleronline.com and check the vendors for a couple of options. Maybe you are removeing them to paint and reinstall. Look at this link for some options .. Mine is the 7th post down. http://www.prowleronline.com/ubb/Forum1/HTML/014949.html Hope this helps.

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there are two bolts to the center and two around the corner on at the edge up high and one at the bottom of the bumper/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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you have to take the whole bumper off and the bolt the u see holding it on the re-bar and bumper cover should come off

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SOURCE: How to Remove the Rear Bumper - BA Fairmont/Falcon

Firstly, you need to remove the rear splash shields from within the rear wheel arches and also the tail lights. Then remove the scrivets from the lover edge of the bar. Next remove the scuff plate at the boot opening and fold the carpet back. There are four nuts which hold the bar on, undo these and then lift the sides of the bar up and pull out. The bar has large clips on the side which hold it in place.

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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