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Removing front bumper and rear wing


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Can somebody put me in the direction of a guide that can tell me how to remove the front bumper, as I noticed one of the washer jets is stuck right in the bumper! Also, I noticed that the underside of the spoiler (when raised) isn't clipped in properly and and you can see a slight edge which spoils the otherwise perfect line when it sits lowered back down. Anyone have a guide for this?

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http://www.realtime.net/~rentner/Porsche/R...r/Radiator.html

Can somebody put me in the direction of a guide that can tell me how to remove the front bumper, as I noticed one of the washer jets is stuck right in the bumper! Also, I noticed that the underside of the spoiler (when raised) isn't clipped in properly and and you can see a slight edge which spoils the otherwise perfect line when it sits lowered back down. Anyone have a guide for this?
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pick out the applicable steps ...

http://www.realtime.net/~rentner/Porsche/R...r/Radiator.html

Can somebody put me in the direction of a guide that can tell me how to remove the front bumper, as I noticed one of the washer jets is stuck right in the bumper! Also, I noticed that the underside of the spoiler (when raised) isn't clipped in properly and and you can see a slight edge which spoils the otherwise perfect line when it sits lowered back down. Anyone have a guide for this?

That maybe close but he has a 987 -- not a 986.

It is similar but not quite the same.

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The biggest difference is: dont remove the side markers.

remove the metal slip connectors where the bumper meets the fenders just near the hood, left and right with a long flat screw driver or a hook, after you have removed both head lights.

remove both front part of the inner wheel liners.

remove the screw in the side marker area.

disconnect the head light washer water tube connector on the left side of the car.

disconnect the electric connector on the back side of the right radiator.

the rest is the same as the 986.

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