The bumper is removed easier than in B6 the body. In contrast to B6 in B7 the amplifier is attached only to the body and to remove the bumper to Unscrew it is not necessary.
ATTENTION! Grille (beard) is removed along with the bumper. To remove the grille without removing the bumper not.
-under the hood, Unscrew the three screws that attach the bumper and grille to the upper frame.
-along the entire length at the bottom of the bumper, Unscrew the screws securing the motor protection to the bumper.
-Unscrew the wheel left or right depending on which side of the bumper will loosen first.
-Unscrew the screws (POS is usually an asterisk) that secure the fender liner to the bumper.
-attach the fender liner to the side and Unscrew two nuts on each side that attach the bumper to the fender (need
-head with the extension cord about 40 cm) and the screws holding the edge of the bumper to the brackets.
-pulls off the edge of the bumper with side locks (the edge of the bumper and pull on yourself)
-pulls the bumper itself (it is advisable to do it alone to studs not to scratch the paint on the wings).
-now disconnect the connectors from the fog lights (if any).
-if there is paramilitary need to disconnect the hoses from the injectors and close them with stoppers that from the reservoir was leaking fluid.
-the bumper is cleared.
-remove the side trim in the trunk to get access from the inside to the tail lights.
-under the rear lights Unscrew the three nuts (may be two) on each side (will need a head for 10 with extension).
-Unscrew two nuts on each side under the lights closer to the trunk lid.
-if you have sensors , you need to disconnect common connector.
-in the lowest part of the bumper Unscrew the bolts under the asterisk (if any).
-Unscrew the screws connecting the bumper with the wheel arches (so as not to remove the wheels, you can use a ratchet with the right nozzle).
-pulls off the edge of the bumper with side latches (pull the edge of the bumper itself).
-remove the bumper (do it better alone to studs not to scratch the paint on the wings).