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How do you remove the rear bumper cover on the 09 Traverse?

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SOURCE: rear brake light and taillight out how to remove cover chevy subu

When you open the rear door there should be 2 screws in the door jam holding the tail light in.

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SOURCE: I would like to remove the rear bumper of my 2002 Chevy Suburban

It's not hard with exsepton to the condition of the bolts, the easiest way is remove the bumper with brackets and bumper together. I would get new bolts for replacement.

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I remove the rear bumper on a 2003 malibu?

I WANT TO REMOVE AND REPLACE REAR BUMPER

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Reach behind the bumper, there will be two brackets each with 2 or 4 bolts to remove. These are on each side of the bumper. Remove the bolts and the pumper will come off. Gently work your way around and pry of the cover.

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SOURCE: how to remove the front bumper cover on 2002

Remove all eight small set screws (4) on each side in the fender wheel wells. Then remove the four secure bolts on undercarriage of bumper (4). Take a screw driver. (flathead) to the upper portions of both the left and right side of the bumper. Be careful....... These are extremely fragile and you may need to replace them before replacing the bumper. Then comes a bit unnerving part. Removal of the bumper........ (This scarred the **** out of me!!!!) just grab ahold of one of the corners, then gradually pull! That's it. The clips will come out gradually and evenly.

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Removing rear bumper cover for 2007 uplander


Lift the tail gate. There are clips or screws along the top edge. Remove this. The clips all you do is pull the center pin with a panel tool or pliers then the rest will come out. Then you will need to remove the clips holding the rear side of each of the back wheel wells in. Under that will be more clips, screws or bolts that hold the side edges of the bumper cover on.

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2008 ford escape. removal of rear bumper cover


Pop the Hatchback open and remove the connectors
from the top of the bumper cover.

Optional Step: Using a Floor Jack, raise both sides
of the car in the back, supporting both sides with
jack stands, and remove the rear wheels.

Using Torx Bits, remove the inner rear wheel well
lining.

Get behind the rear wheel well and loosen the bolts
holding the bumper brackets on. They're pretty
difficult to find and remove. Be Patient. Do the
same to the other side.

Remove the rear bumper cover by pulling the cover
outward from the part nearest the wheel on both
sides. Once removed, take off the 2 black mounting
brackets from the bumper cover.

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How do I remove the rear bumper on a 2003 hyundai sonata


You have to remove four screws near the center of the rear bumper that are visible when you open the trunk. Then remove the inside upholstery cover for each rear tail light and then remove the four brass bolts that hold each rear tail light assembly. Unhook the wiring harness so the tail light assembly can be removed and laid aside. Then remove the two screws on each side which were covered by the bottom of the tail lights. Next, remove some of the upholestry retaining pins close to the rear tailights so you can access the spcae behind them. You need to remove two brass nuts close to the outer aspect of where the tailights are located and two screws that are located several inches farther forward that are holding the more frontal aspect of the rear bumper on each side. Finally, remove two retaining screws at the bottom of the most forward aspect of the bumper (wheel well) and one at the top of the most forward aspect of the bumper and you should now be able to remove it! Hope this helps! John in Lexington

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take help of the following steps to remove rear bumper on ur tucson.

Open the trunk of your vehicle.
  1. Unscrew all the screws on the inside plastic trim that covers your bumper to trunk connection.
  2. Pry the plastic piece out with a flathead screwdriver. You will expose the bolts that attach the rear bumper to the trunk.
  3. Unscrew the bolts connecting to the inside of your rear bumper. There should be four bolts.
  4. Unscrew the two to four screws connecting to your bumper from the inside of the rear wheel tire wells. These screws are on the area of the tire well that is closet to the bumper.
  5. Slide under the rear of your car. Use a flathead screwdriver to pop the plastic rivets out of place along the underside of the rear bumper. There should be four to six rivets.

  6. Squat behind your car and firmly pull the bumper off. There will popping plastic sounds, this is the pop-in-place plastic rivets that are the last pieces that hold your rear bumper in place.

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1. Open liftgate. 2. Remove both taillight assemblies by removing 2 hex-head bolts located in the area revealed when the liftgate is opened. 3. Remove 4 plastic retainers on the very bottom of the bumper cover in the rear. 4. Remove 2 phillips head screws in the wheel well rear lip. 5. Remove 4 pop-up plastic retainers in liftgate area. Use two screw drivers to lift the head and then pull the entire retainer out. 6. Remove a hex-head bolt from each side in the area revealed when the taillight assembly was removed. 7. Bend the bumper cover outward on each side to clear the wheel well lip and remove the bumper. Have a blanket or carpet on the ground to protect the bumper. 8. Remove metal clips from tabs that connect the upper bumper cover to the lower bumper cover. 9. Drill out pop-rivets that connect upper bumper cover to lower bumper cover. 10. Push tabs out of slots to separate the upper and lower bumper covers. 11. Release tab locks on chrome trim pieces and remove from upper bumper cover. 12. Reverse this process to replace the bumper cover.

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Need step by step instructions on how to remove a rear bumper cover on a 2007 nissan altima


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REMOVAL
1. Remove the LH and RH rear combination lamps.
2. Remove both the rear wheels and tires.
3. Remove the LH and RH splash shields.
4. Remove the rear bumper fascia clips and screws, then remove the rear bumper fascia.
5. Remove the rear energy absorbing foam.
6. Remove the rear bumper reinforcement.
7. Remove the rear bumper supports.
INSTALLATION
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

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Pop the Hatchback open and remove the connectors
from the top of the bumper cover.

Optional Step: Using a Floor Jack, raise both sides
of the car in the back, supporting both sides with
jack stands, and remove the rear wheels.

Using Torx Bits, remove the inner rear wheel well
lining.

Get behind the rear wheel well and loosen the bolts
holding the bumper brackets on. They're pretty
difficult to find and remove. Be Patient. Do the
same to the other side.

Remove the rear bumper cover by pulling the cover
outward from the part nearest the wheel on both
sides. Once removed, take off the 2 black mounting
brackets from the bumper cover.

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