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Toyota Echo 2004 Hatchback Replace Rear Bumper Hi,I have removed two screws along the hatch, and two more on the bottom of the bumper, but still could not remove the bumper. Need some help on this. Thanks in advance.

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  • jng3555 Jul 21, 2009

    Hi,I found that besides the 4 screws, there is a clip on each side(just above the wheel well - where the bumper meets the quarter) preventing the bumper from complete removal. It is like a small piece of metal with 2 clips hooking the bumper in place. It locks the bumper rigidly in place. Just could not figure out how to unlock these. Any idea?

    Thanks in advance.

  • jng3555 Jul 30, 2009

    Hi,I've finally removed the bumper. Once the 4 screws are removed, along the wheel well of the bumper, pull it OUT, there you'll find a plastic plug locking it in place. To install it, just reverse the process.

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There is a screw on each side of the bumper cover at the wheel wells. It should be a 10mm. You might have to move the 1/4 liner over a bit to fond them. After those bolts are removed, you can pull the sides of the cover away from the quarter.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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    Brian Greer Jul 28, 2009

    just give it a pull. it will pop out.

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Go on the botton close to the fender there are some screws there also check there are not steal bars attached to the frame of the car

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