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Start by looking it over around all edges for fasteners, including those hidden under the trunk lid, many fasteners are hidden behind the inner liners( black plastic around tires between bumper and wheel, on many makes and models fasteners are hidden behind trunk interior( a helpful hint tape quarter panels to keep bumper cover corners from scratching paint) remove fasteners, and just remember if someone put it together you can take it apart, just map it out, good luck
Expensive way: Go to a body shop and tell them what you want. This should cost around $ 1,000 - $2,000,as they will need to make the headlight housings from scratch, or cut sections from a used car and weld them into your headlight holes. The job you want is called "customizing", and there are a few places in big cities that still do that. Cheap way: Buy a pair of round headlights with housings and mounting brackets at a auto parts store and fit them on to the front bumper, the grille, or the top of your car with custom made brackets. That way you will not have to alter the shape of your front fenders, and you will not need to have any part of your car painted. Should cost $150 - $300. P.S. Way # 1 will have your lights using the regular headlight switch. Way # 2 will have you turning on your lights with a switch maybe under the dashboard.
Urethane is what used to make the front bumper, you can buy a epoxy bumper repair kit for the Urethane bumpers which is what most Auto Repair shops uses. Most auto Parts store like Parts Source will carry them or direct you where you can buy them in your area or even an Auto body shop can help you get the kit. Good luck
Depending on how deep the scratches are, you may be able to keep the bumper. You can probably sand, bondo, prime and paint the bumper and be ok. If you choose to replace, after market bumper covers start and around $70 usd and OEM bumpers start at $250 usd. Good Luck I hope you find this very helpful!
you can heat the bumper heat gun ( you can rent one i think?)
this will soft the bumper so you push it out easily on the car
1. inside your trunk remove small back clips in trim panel 2. remove tail lamp four 8mm nut perside unplug wires 3. remove black clips under tail lamps ( flat head screwdriver to pull center of the clip up slowly then remove the hole clip) 4. three if the some clips are bottom if the bumper 5. three or four 10mm nuts in side the quarter panel on the right and left side 6.four s shape clips are top bumper that will pull loose 7. with some help slide bumper by pulling it off it 8. when you reinstall the bumper you may need to tape the strophereinforcement in place
You need to call your local Ford Dealership and find out if this is covered. There was a saftey recall that they pay for, including the repair to the paint and the metal. The TSB # is 05-24-02. Good Luck.