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how to remove the rear bumber - illustrated?


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Hi,

I am a Newbie in this forum :welcome: . Nevertheless I like to ask for your support:

I have got a new exhaust (Gemballa 870 :thumbup:). It seems that the mechanics havn't adjusted the rear bumper in a correct way. Now I like to do thier job.

Is anyone here who can explain how to remove the rear bumper of a Boxster S, MY2003. Perfect - of course - would be, if there would be some illustration (when it becomes too complicated for a non-professional ;-))

Thanks in advance for your help!

Best wishes from Germany

Andre

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Removing the rear bumper cover is not too hard - I couldn't find the link, but one starts by removing the spoiler cover.

ADJUSTING the rear bumper doesn't involve removing anything and there is very little to adjust, basically you are adjusting the gaps and to look good against the fenders. To adjust, loosen the one or two adjacent screws , shove the cover into the position you like, and retighten the screws.

If your muffler sits bad in relation to the bumper cover, it is probably an issue with the muffler mounting - fixing this has nothing to do with the bumper cover.

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Hi,

I am a Newbie in this forum :welcome: . Nevertheless I like to ask for your support:

I have got a new exhaust (Gemballa 870 :thumbup:). It seems that the mechanics havn't adjusted the rear bumper in a correct way. Now I like to do thier job.

Is anyone here who can explain how to remove the rear bumper of a Boxster S, MY2003. Perfect - of course - would be, if there would be some illustration (when it becomes too complicated for a non-professional ;-))

Thanks in advance for your help!

Best wishes from Germany

Andre

Here are the instructions

(edit - I have removed the PDF as it was corrupt - Loren)

Edited by Loren
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