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Topic # 151489 27-Aug-2014 12:51
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Does anyone know how to remove a rear bumper on the car mentioned in the subject line? Have taken bolts underneath the bumper out, have removed some nuts inside the boot, but the bumper doesn't want to budge. Any tips would be great. 

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  Reply # 1116450 27-Aug-2014 13:00
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Tie a rope around it, Drive forward.

Umm, generally they have clips. just yank on it and pin point where its secured.

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  Reply # 1116471 27-Aug-2014 13:19
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Back into something with a bit of pace and it should come off.

Disclaimer: I take no responsibility if you try this method :-)

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