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99 Plymouth Voyager Rear Bumper

I need to remove the rear bumper on my 99 voyager. How would i go about doing that? Is it fairly simple

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If you look up from under you should see some push clips. if your removing entire bumper with rebar & all, it's probably about 4 nuts holding it to bumper shocks, but be sure to look near ends at fenders for push clips , and or screws, and across mid section. watch it, it's pretty heavy with the rebar attached so make sure you have everything ready & remove nuts last, with some help to hold it up.

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