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How to replace front bumper on a 2002 Dodge Stratus

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There are 3 screws in each fender well that attach to the bumper, 2 horizontal and 1 vertical. after you remove those, the rest of the fasteners are plastic push pins on the top and bottom.if you have fog lights you will need to unplug them. thats it

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Bumper is a complete assembly. Underneath bumper is bumper mounting bolts, usually 2 to a side. Remove and entire bumper should come off. Prior to removal check to see if there are any connectors to grille or fenders, sometimes these wrap-arounds have them. There is a book about the subject available in the reference section of your public library called "Chilton's Manual. Book can't be removed from library but pages can be copied. Check U-tube for a How-to-do video on subject.

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