REMOVE BUMPER: CAR MAKES
Depending on the model year and body type of attachment are different.
-open the hood.
-released from the latches and remove the grille (thin flat screwdriver to push on the tail of the latch).
-under the grille, Unscrew the three screws.
-wrenched the wheel depending on which side we understand.
-wheel arches take out the rivets that attach the fender liner.
-remove the fender liner to the side and Unscrew the screws, which fasten the corners of the bumper to the wings.
-perimeter of the lower part and pull out the caps and Unscrew the screws.
-with the assistant pulls the bumper forward (don't want to break the wires and hoses).
-remove the connectors from the equipment (if any).
-switched the washer hoses (may leak the fluid).
In Mitsubishi Pajero Sport (Montero) 3 (1999-2006) bumper removed, along with the amplifier. You need to Unscrew the six nuts from the engine compartment that secure the bumper reinforcement to the body.
-open the trunk lid.
-remove tail lights.
-Unscrew the screws under the rear lights.
-in the opening of the trunk Unscrew five screws and take out the four clips.
-take out the caps and Unscrew the screws around the perimeter of the bottom.
-in the wheel wells, Unscrew the screws and take out the rivets that attach the fender liner and mud flaps.
-Unscrew the screws holding the corners of the bumper to the wings.
-with the assistant pulls the bumper back.
-snap together the connectors of electrical equipment.
Mitsubishi Pajero (Montero) Sport 3 diagram of rear bumper.