Depending on the model year and body type of the attachment points are slightly different.

Front bumper

-open the hood.

-under the hood take out the caps (can be screws) and remove upward the radiator grille.

-under the grille, Unscrew the screws and release the latches.

-Unscrew three screws on each side and remove lights (depending on year and engine, can interfere with the battery and washer fluid reservoir).

-behind the headlights, the wings need to rotate 90 degree clamps

-around the bottom part Unscrew the screws.

-depending on which side we will disassemble, wrenched the wheel.

-wheel arches free lockers (you can not fully remove).

-for wheel arch liners Unscrew one screw on each side holding the bumper corners to the wings.

-pulls the bumper forward (don't want to break the wires and hoses).

-remove the connectors from the fog lights (if any).

-(if any) disconnected hoses to the washer (can leak fluid).

the attachment of the front bumper Peugeot 406

the scheme of fastening of the front bumper Peugeot 406

the scheme of fixing lights Peugeot 406

Rear bumper

-open the trunk lid.

-in the trunk and remove the rear side trim.

-for casings, Unscrew the six screws (two under the rear lights and one in the wings on each side).

-in the wheel wells, Unscrew the screws and peel the fender liner (you can not fully remove).

-for wheel arch liners Unscrew one screw on each side holding the bumper corners to the wings.

-from the bottom Unscrew the screws that attach the lower part (spun up).

-with an assistant, carefully (don't want to break the wires) pulls the bumper back.

-remove  the connectors from the equipment (if any).

the attachment of the rear bumper, Peugeot 406

the attachment of the rear bumper, Peugeot 406

diagram of rear bumper, Peugeot 406

diagram of rear bumper, Peugeot 406