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Mazda CX7 front bumper removal

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Start with the small screws on the bottom, then take off the splash shields running in front of the tires. open the hood and pop the center out of the two big clips by the headlamps, the two big Philips screws on the rad support and finally get someone to help you pull it off. Slowly start from one side and make sure to unplug all of the lights before any tension gets on them. have some carboard or a tire ready to place it on without scratching it

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SOURCE: replacing front bumper of mazda mx5

It should only need little plastic pins and screws. You could get these at Auto Zone or another auto part store near you.

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Why not Jack up front of car, Remove front wheels if you need additional room & fit them from under the car

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SOURCE: Timing chain broke on a 2007 cx7 w 65K miles

you need to take it to your local dealer and raise a big fuss because this is a known problem and if you yell loud enough you should be able to get this fixed under warranty.

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1. Drain coolant
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3. Disconnect the lower radiator hose and the high pressure transaxle line
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5. Disconnect the transaxle return line
6. Disconnect the upper radiator hose and degas hose
7. Position the hood latch assembly out of the way
8. remove the 2 bolts and the center support
9 remove the 2 top bolts retaining the cooling fan to the radiator
10. remove the upper radiator support brackets, and remove the radiator from the vehicle
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