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You have to take bumper cover off .
Remove rear bumper fascia. Refer to Rear Bumper Fascia Replacement . Disconnect electrical from the rear object sensor. Lift the locking tabs on the housing and remove the rear object sensor.
Rear Fascia Push Pin Retainers (Qty: 2)
Rear Fascia Nuts (Qty: 4)
10 N?·m (89 lb in)
Rear Fascia Bolts (Qty: 2)
Rear Fascia Bolts (Qty: 6)
Energy absorber and fascia are removed together. Cannot be separate on vehicle.
Not necessarily. If the fascia board is loose, it will be easy to remove it and inspect the rafters it attaches to. If the ends of the rafters are rotten, blocking can be attached to the ends in order to have something solid to nail your fascia board onto. Make sure the fascia is solidly attached and flush for best appearance. A drip edge should be attached to prevent water from getting in behind the fascia board.
Remove two push pin fasteners per side at the liftgate tower area (Fig. 12).
Hoist and support vehicle with safety stands, as necessary.
Disconnect the park assist wire connector under the vehicle and the push pin fasteners attaching wire harness under the vehicle (Fig. 13)
Remove the four push pin fasteners attaching rear fascia to reinforcement bumper.
Remove two screws (each side) attaching fascia to rear fascia bracket in the wheelhouse.
Remove the screw on each side attaching the upper fascia in the tail lamp bucket area.
Remove rear fascia from vehicle by lifting sides of fascia up and outboard to release from rear fascia brackets.
Place fascia on a clean surface.
Remove park assist sensors, if necessary (Fig. 14).
Remove spring clips attaching upper and lower fascia together (Fig. 15).
Using a trim stick release locking tabs and separate the upper and lower fascia.
Remove move the bright chrome molding from the upper fascia (Fig. 16). Using a trim stick, starting at the out edge of the fascia release the locking tabs (Fig. 17). Grip the molding and pull outward from the fascia while releasing the locking tabs.
Remove molding from fascia.
Place bright chrome molding in position on the upper fascia.
To remove the keyboard from your laptop, look at the 'shoulders' of the plastic fascia where the screen meets the base. Lift the screen up and trace the indentation/slot 'round the back, Insert the nail of one finger while you gently press the fascia inward (not downward) just above or below the slot. Don't use anything metal. The fascia will lift a little at thee points covering the hinges. Open the screen fully (flat) while keeping the gap there, then 'persuade' the panel to lift, while pushing downward a little where it meets another part of the fascia at the keyboard's edge. It is an art, so try not to damage the fascia. You will now see some small screws holding the keyboard in place.
You half to remove the Headlamp housing to change it. Here is the instructions out of the factory manual.
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HEADLAMP HOUSING - CONCORDE/LHS/330M
Headlamp lens fogging is a normal condition and does not require service unless excessive or continual. Moisture will vent from tubes or vents located on the back of the lamp.
Release hood latch and open hood.
Remove large rubber grommet (70 mm x 168 mm) from splash shield to gain access to fascia fasteners Access Rubber Grommet
Remove fasteners attaching fascia to the front fender and splash shield, using access hole in splash shield Fastener Locations
Remove the push pins attaching the fascia to the upper radiator closure panel Remove Push In Fasteners
Remove jackscrews attaching headlamp housing to crossmember and remove the lamp housing to access the lamp(s) Headlamp Jackscrews
Roll fascia forward to clear way for headlamp housing removal Roll Fascia Forward
Disconnect wire connector from back of lamp socket(s) and/or bulbs.
Remove headlamp housing Remove Headlamp Housing
CAUTION: Do not touch the glass of halogen bulbs with fingers or other possibly oily surface, reduced bulb life will result.
Place headlamp housing into position.
Connect wire connector to lamp socket(s) and/or bulbs.
Verify headlamp and signal lamp operation.
Install jackscrews to attach headlamp housing to crossmember.
Align fascia to bumper reinforcement and install the top center push pins, to upper radiator closure panel.
Align the two fascia studs to the fender vertical attachments, at the same time align the fascia groove on the horizontal flange with the fender drive pin. Push fascia rearward to engage the fasteners.
Install nut on fascia stud through the splash shield access hole.