-remove the engine protection (Unscrew the screws along the perimeter protection)
-Unscrew the wheel left or right depending on which side will Unscrew first.
-wheel arches Unscrew the screws that attach the fender liner to the bumper.
-move the wing flaps to the side and Unscrew one bolt on each side (spun upwards) holding the bumper to the wings using iron clamps.
-pulls the brackets toward the engine.
-on the left side (facing) of the bumper remove the temperature sensor (if any).
-under the hood, Unscrew two bolts on each side (one between the glass of the headlight units and one each at the edges of the headlight closest to the radiator.
-from under the car Unscrew the two bolts (spun upwards) between the bumper and the radiator.
-with the assistant pulls the bumper itself.
-remove the connectors from the fog lights.
-if there is paramilitary disconnect the hoses from the injectors and close them with stoppers that from the reservoir was leaking fluid
-if you have sensors, remove the common connector.
Depending on the model year and body type of attachment can vary.
-wheel arches Unscrew the screws that attach the fender liner to the bumper (so as not to remove the wheels, you can use a ratchet with a nozzle).
-move the wing flaps to the side and Unscrew the screws holding the corners of the bumper to the wings (spun upwards) (if any).
-in the lower part of the bumper, Unscrew the screws (might be clips).
-the skins in the trunk remove the hatches and Unscrew the bolts (might be nuts under the rear lights and bolts in the wings, spun down).
-pulls the bumper back with the guide (better to do it together).
-remove connector from the PDC (if any).