Depending on the model year and body type of the attachment points are slightly different.
The bumper can be removed in two ways, with and without amplifier.
-wrenched the wheel to the left or right side depending on which side we will analyze first.
-in the wheel wells, Unscrew the screws and peel the fender liner.
-for wheel arch liners Unscrew two screws on each side holding the bumper corners to the wings.
-from the side of the engine compartment Unscrew the nuts that attach the bumper reinforcement to the side members.
-(without amplifier) Unscrew the screws and remove the headlamp. Take out the four clips on top and four through the bottom grille (indicated by the blue arrows).
-pulls the bumper forward (making sure not to break the wires).
-remove the connectors from the equipment (if any).
-wheel arches take out the caps and Unscrew the screws, release the mud flaps and the fender liner.
-for wheel arch liners Unscrew one screw on each side that attach the angles to the wings.
-open the trunk lid.
-in the boot remove the side trim and the rear trim panel.
-from the trunk, Unscrew the screws in the wings (spun down).
-then it depends on body type. Or Unscrew one nut below the rear lights, or eight nuts of fastening of the amplifier of a bumper to the rear.
-in the opening of the trunk, Unscrew the screws that secure the top.
-remove the back bumper (don't want to break the wires).
-remove connectors from electrical equipment.