How do you remove a sebring bumper?
The rear bumper cover is fastened to the car in exactly 9 places. Follow this procedure:
- Raise the trunk lid
- Remove the three push-in fasteners in the center of the top of the bumper, directly underneath where the license plate holder would be when the trunk lid is closed
- Jack up the car and remove the driver's rear wheel << you don't *have* to do this. You *can* do the rest without doing this, but your life will be easier if you do. Trust me.
- On the driver's side, at the bottom rear of the rear wheel well, remove the two screws that attach the bumper cover to the rear fender
- Peel back the wheel well liner (very stiff piece of black plastic). Remove the hidden screw attaching the bumper cover to the fender. This screw is approx 2 inches from the forward edge of the bumper cover.
- Repeat for the passenger side
- Bumper cover should simply fall off.
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The rear bumper cover is fastened to the car in exactly 9 places. Follow this procedure: . Raise the trunk lid . Remove the three push-in fasteners in the center of the to…p of the bumper, directly underneath where the license plate holder would be when the trunk lid is closed . Jack up the car and remove the driver's rear wheel (MORE)
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