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Under the rear wheel wells, along the edge near the back is a screw. There is one on mine but there be more than one. Remove the screws for each.
After this, pop the rear trunk and look along the edge of the trunk right where the trunk hood meets the trunk itself. There are three black plastic screws that hold the rest of the rear bumper to the frame. I don't know exactly how these screws work but they don't just unscrew - I had to pop them out with a screw driver instead of rotating them out. Once those are out the rear bumper will lift up and off. There are some hooks along the rear wheel well where you removed the screws - you need to lift and pull out these edges, then lift the entire rear bumper off from the middle of the rear bumper.
Once you've done this, it goes pretty easily. If you have no problem with removing the black plastic screws or unhooking the edges, it should come off in less than five minutes.
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