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Rear bumper removal

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Took mine off last week to help with install of GHL mufflers.

I have a C4S so I am not sure if yours will be exactly the same.

Remove the bumper rubber blocks ( hex wrench from the little door under them) you don't have to remove the screws , just loosen them a couple of turns.

Remove the 4 phillips screws on top under the engine hood.

Remove the 2 phillips screws between the tips

Remove the 2 screws on each side on the bottom 9 torx heads.

Remove the 2 screws on each side under the fender ( right at the top ) These are a larger torx size . When I reached these ones the car was on jack stands at the back with the rear wheels off so I don't know if they can be reached with wheels on.

Remove the 1 screw on each side under the front most top of the bumper ( they are a bit hidden ). I think there are a couple of flat washers on these ones.

Pull the sides of the bumper out a bit and then stand at the back and pull it off. It is quite flimsy so be careful with it.

I put mine back on by myself but it would have been much easier to do it with a helper as it is quite floppy.


Attached is a pdf that another member sent me

the line that says: Remove the 2 screws on each side on the bottom 9 torx heads.

Should have said Remove the 2 screws on each side on the bottom (torx heads).


(edit - attachment removed as it was copyrighted material - Loren)

Edited by Loren
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