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How to remove the rear bumper on a 2010 vaukhall insignia

How to remove the rear bumper on a 2010 vauxhall insignia to fit parking sensors (Thanks for any help)

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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.

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The bumper is secured using four 13mm nuts.

a) Open the bonnet and look for one 13mm nut on the lower inside of each headlight.
b) Remove the towing eye covers on the lower section of the bumper and you will find one 13mm nut in each.

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