Depending on the model year and body type of attachment are different.
To remove the bumper you need a special tool, which you can do yourself with wire.
-open the hood.
-under the hood take out the six rivets and Unscrew the three screws that secure the trim
-around the bottom part Unscrew the seven screws (spun up).
-depending on which side we will disassemble, wrenched the wheel.
-in the wheel wells, Unscrew the screws and take out the clips holding the wheel arch liners (no need to remove).
-move the wing flaps to the side and inside of the wing below the headlights, the fixture is rotated 90 degrees on the two catches on each side.
-we release the latch in the wings (pull the corners themselves).
-with the assistant pulls the bumper forward from the rails in the wings (don't want to break the wires and hoses).
-remove connectors from electrical equipment.
-switched the hoses to the washer (if any).
-open the trunk lid.
-in the trunk free the openings in the side panels, Unscrew the nuts underneath and remove the tail lights.
-(station wagon) in the opening of the trunk, Unscrew the four screws.
-(sedan) Unscrew the screws under the rear lights.
-out of the trunk, below the rear lights, Unscrew one screw on each side (if any).
-Unscrew the four screws and one nut that secure the lower part.
-in the wheel wells, Unscrew the screws and peel the fender liner (no need to remove).
-for wheel arch liners Unscrew one screw on each side holding the corners of the bumper to the wings (if any).
-we release the latch in the wings (pull the corners over), under the rear lights and opening boot.
-with the assistant pulls the back bumper (don't want to break the wires).
-snap together the connectors of electrical equipment.