Depending on the year of the attachment points are slightly different.
-open the hood.
-under the hood, take out the clips and remove the trim above the grille (if it is not necessary, the opening mechanism of the hood lining can be worn).
-under the pickguard, Unscrew the screws that attach the grille and the upper bumper section.
-depending on hand wrenched up to the stop wheel.
-wheel arches take out the caps and Unscrew the screws that attach the arch trims and wheel arches.
-remove the arch trims (pull on yourself, releasing the latches).
-attach the fender liner to the side and Unscrew three screws on each side (spun upwards) holding the corners of the bumper to the wings.
-Unscrew the screws and take out the caps (twisted and inserted from the bottom up) around the perimeter at the bottom of the bumper.
-with the assistant release the latch in the wings and behind the number plate (if not wilkepedia, remove the escutcheon plate behind the license plate (rests on the piston and latches) and otsenivaet them with a flat head screwdriver).
-if you have headlamp washers, remove the nozzle and remove the cap.
-gently pulls the bumper forward.
-(if you have one) remove the connectors from the fog lights.
-remove the connectors from the sensors (if any).
-open the trunk lid.
-remove tail lights.
-in the opening of the trunk, Unscrew the four screws.
-on the perimeter in the bottom part pulls out four pistons (inserted from the bottom up).
- in the wheel wells, Unscrew the screws and take out the rivets that secure the lining of arches and arch liners.
-free lining arches of the latches.
-Unscrew one screw on each side. Holding the corners of the bumper to the wings.
-with the assistant release the clips in the wheel arches and under the rear lights.
-gently pulls the bumper back.
-remove connectors from electrical equipment.
How to remove front and rear bumper Ford Kuga (2011-2019)