The attachment points may differ depending on the year of manufacture.
-open the hood.
-under the hood, take out five rivets (there may be two screws) that secure the top of the bumper.
-take out the caps and Unscrew the screws at the bottom of the bumper.
-wheel the wheels to the side.
-in the wheel arches, Unscrew three screws on each side and release the wheel arch liners (front part).
-Unscrew one screw on each side that secure the corners of the bumper to the fenders.
-release the latches in the wings (pull the corners of the bumper towards you).
-with an assistant, we pull the bumper forward (look behind the wires).
-disconnect the connectors of the electrical equipment (if any).
-open the trunk lid.
-remove the lining near the taillights (held by the latches).
-under the overlays, unscrew two screws on each side and remove the taillights (they are held on by the latches).
-under the rear lights, take out two pistons.
-take out the caps along the perimeter of the lower part (inserted from bottom to top).
-in the wheel arches, unscrew four screws on each side (so as not to remove the wheels, take the ratchet with a nozzle) that attach the wheel arch liners (rear part) and the sides of the bumper to the fenders.
-we climb under the car and unscrew the four bolts that attach the metal amplifier to the body. In some models, the bolts are not accessible due to the fuel tank, then you can bend the edges of the bumper and pull out the caps that attach the metal reinforcement to the bumper.
-release the latches in the wings (pull the corners towards you).
-with an assistant, we pull the bumper back (look behind the wires).
-disconnect the connectors of the electrical equipment.