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Remove the plastic front bumper. all vehicles are a little different, then look at the absorbor and you should be able to tell how it comes off! and replace the new absorber in reverse order. Im sure you can do it. Hope this helps you, then replace the plastic bumper.
Okay...I am completely replacing front bumper parts on my '05 Durango. bumper installed (check), energy absorber installed (check), plastic bumper cover.... lol can't seem to get that on/over absorber...any ideas on how to go about this?
Behind the plastic shroud under the front bumper, passenger side.
Easiest way to get to it is to take out the passenger side headlamp and look down, there will be a small flap of rubbery plastic. CAREFULLY pull out the clips and pull that out of the way, its right behind that.
It depends on how far in the damage goes. Usually fenders, hood, bumper cover and headlights, but if the damage is deep, you could need a bumper, absorbers, the bumper mounts, even the radiator support assembly, which requires welding.
Pull off the damaged parts and set them aside, and then go to gmpartsdirect.com and click on the catalog link, fill in your make and model and look for the bodyparts you need to replace.