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Re: 99 Plymouth Voyager Rear Bumper
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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The engine plenum will have to be removed. This is what the air goes thru to get to the engine intake. Remove ground, mark tag remove required cable, wires and hoses, take digital photos as you go. Be patient. The good news is we don't have to change them every 20K miles.
THERE SHOULD BE A HOLE IN THE REAR BUMPER THAT THE TIRE TOOL FITS IN. TURN THE CRANK-TOOL COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO LOWER THE SPARE TIRE. WHEN THE TIRE IS DOWN, LIFT THE TIRE ENOUGH TO SEND THE CABLE LONGWAYS THROUGH THE RIM. I HOPE THIS HELPS. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED. GOOD LUCK
Depends on what you have for an adapter. If it's sort of like a "T" shape with 4 pin connector coming out side, then you should be able to find spot to adapt it, somewhere between rear bumper & rear wheels, along frame area usually. If all you have is a flat 4 connector, with wires, then easiest way is to remove rear corner trim panel behind taillight on drivers side, and splice/wire it in there to harness.
u need to raise up the van then once your underneath it u should find the starter going from the left tire to the right tire either closer to the front bumper or the firewall..most likely closer to the back of the engine by the firewall then once you find it its only a thick wire and a few bolts and it should fall out
Removing Prowler Rear Bumpers First remove the four 10 MM bolts holding the trans cooler and drop it down. Support it by attaching one bolt to the lower hole on the cooler frame. This will keep the weight off the lines. This takes two min. and allows easy removal of the elect. lines. Then remove the four bolts on each bumper. The bolts are 13MM and 17MM. You will need a ratchet, sockets, extension and a 13MM open end wrench. If you remove the rear bumpers, you should replace the rear pan with one of the aftermarket ones otherwise you will have big holes staring at the people behind you. Go to prowleronline.com and check the vendors for a couple of options. Maybe you are removeing them to paint and reinstall. Look at this link for some options .. Mine is the 7th post down. http://www.prowleronline.com/ubb/Forum1/HTML/014949.html Hope this helps.