Depending on the model year and body type of attachment may vary.

Front bumper

-under the hood take out the eight clips (inserted from top to bottom) that secure the upper part.

-Unscrew the screws around the perimeter at the bottom.

-wrenched the wheel left or right, depending on which side of the bed will disassemble.

-wheel arches pulled three pistons on each side and removed the fender liner.

for wheel arch liners Unscrew one screw on each side holding the corners.

-we release the latch in the wings (pull the corners themselves) and between the upper part and wings above the headlights (need to pry with a flat head screwdriver).

-with the assistant pulls the bumper itself.

-remove the connectors from the equipment (if any).

-switched the hoses to the headlight washers.

the attachment of the front bumper Chrysler 300 C (after 2011)

the scheme of fastening of the front bumper Chrysler 300 C (after 2011)

the scheme of fastening of the front bumper Chrysler 300 C (after 2011)

the scheme of fastening of the front bumper Chrysler 300 C (after 2011)

Rear bumper

-wheel arches pulled three pistons on each side that attach the fender liner.

-attach the fender liner to the side and Unscrew one screw on each side holding the corners of the bumper to the wings (spun up).

-on the perimeter in the bottom part pulls out four piston and Unscrew the six screws (twisted and inserted from the bottom up).

-we release the latch in the wings (pull the corners themselves) and the opening of the trunk.

-with the assistant pulls the bumper from the guides on myself.

-remove the connectors from the equipment (if any).

the attachment of the front bumper Chrysler 300 C (after 2011)

the scheme of fastening the rear bumper of the Chrysler 300 C (after 2011)

the scheme of fastening the rear bumper of the Chrysler 300 C (after 2011)