Depending on the model year and body type of attachment may vary.

Front bumper

-go under the car, remove the caps and Unscrew the screws (twisted and inserted from the bottom up) that secure the lower part of the bumper.

-open the hood.

-under the hood take out the six rivets that attach the upper part.

-wrenched the wheel depending on which side we understand.

-wheel arches take out the rivets that secure the wheel arches and bumper corners to the wings.

-we release the latch in the wings and under the headlights (pull the corners themselves).

-with the assistant gently pulls the bumper forward (don't want to break the wires).

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

the scheme of fastening of the front bumper Subaru Impreza (2011-2016)

scheme of fastening of the front inner fender Subaru Impreza (2011-2016)

the scheme of fastening of the front bumper Subaru Impreza (2011-2016)

the scheme of fastening of the front bumper Subaru Impreza (2011-2016)

the scheme of fastening of the front bumper Subaru Impreza (2011-2016)

Rear bumper

-open the boot lid (rear door).

-perimeter of the lower part and pull out the caps (inserted from the bottom up).

-wheel arches take out the caps that secures the wheel arches and bumper corners to the wings.

-we release the latch in the wings (pull the corners themselves).

-release the clips under the rear lights (bumper raise up and pull on yourself). If you cannot, remove the rear lights:

-4-door models, remove the trim and Unscrew the nuts from the trunk.

-In the 5-door models, Unscrew the screws in the opening of the tailgate and release the latches (pull towards you).

-with the assistant gently pulls the bumper back.

-snap together the connectors of the sensors (if any).

the scheme of fastening of the rear bumper Subaru Impreza (2011-2016)

the scheme of fastening of the rear bumper Subaru Impreza (2011-2016)

scheme of fastening of tail light Subaru Impreza (2011-2016)

scheme of fastening of tail light Subaru Impreza (2011-2016)