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I believe it's 1993-1998 that are the same. I'm not sure if you'd be close enough, but I'm actually parting out a 1998 Jetta, and have both rear doors. You can email me if you still need it. Chrome20s2002@live.com
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!
Not particularly difficult but rather time consuming. You will first need to take the bumper cover off. This will reveal a styrofaom bumper over the metal one. Remove the styrofoam then you will see the bolts that attach the bumper itself. To re-install, reverse the proceedure.
Depends on whether it is broken cracked or just scuffed. Repaint of the scuffed cover between $200 and $300. If cracked or broken a good used bumper is about $150 buy you usually have to paint and install. The total cost could add up to $500.00
If you are lucky to find a good one you do not need to paint in your color it is about 1 hour labor to replace.
It is pretty simple once you get started. First you will have to remove the beauty cover in most cases. The plastic cover that conceals the true bumper on most modern vehicles. Get under the rear bumper,if you jack the car up always be sure to use jack stands for safety reasons. There are clips that you can unfasten usually using a flat head screwdriver. Remove these gently and save them. They can be damaged very easily and can be expensive. Sometimes these can also be held on with aluminum screws and with plastic phillips head screws. After the cover is off you will see the bumper itself and by getting under the bumper you will see where it is attached to the frame. Unbolt the bumper from one side to the other and save all parts. Also some vehicles have light fixtures in the bumper - you will need to disconnect these as well and save every part. If it gets complicated make some type of system to keep organized. There is nothing worse than having parts left over! When you get to the last few bolts the bumper will start to hang and I recommend you have someone help hold it up until all bolts are removed. You don't want it to fall on you of course. After it is removed get your replacement ready to install and just do everything in reverse. Be careful in the last steps with any clips you use because this will make the difference between a "professional look" and just so-so. Make sure you have all tools handy - have plenty of room and plenty of time to do the job - take your time and you should be successful and save a ton of money. Good Luck!!!
Replace the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor, clear the codes, and perform a throttle body alignment (TBA). You will need the dealer to do it or find someone with a VAG-COM (see www.ross-tech.com) and do it yourself.
What year? What is your question? How to replace? Where available? How Much? I never replaced one, if u need to know how u should invest in a good repair manual w/ exploded views, pix, diagrams, etc. Bumpers available for Eclipse @ carpartswholesale and I.m sure many other sites. Rear bumper cover and bumper reinforcement approx. $300. countrycurt0