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Can someone with access to the service manual be so kind to post the instructions on how to remove the rear bumper? I want to install an aftermarket hitch receiver and I already double checked bumper removal is necessary. It's usually a bunch of clips and bolts but I don't want to break anything. Thanks in advance.
 

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Bumping my own thread with the hopes someone might have a step by step. I have don't this in other vehicles but don't want to break anything :). Any advise is very welcome...
 

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Your profile image really doesn't encourage one to respond.
 

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. . then I will bump this one, as I would like this info as well, having a bit of a damaged rear bumper. Hope my profile pic does not offend :)
 

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And I will bump it just because I love the Walking Dead..>:)
 
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Bumping my own thread with the hopes someone might have a step by step. I have don't this in other vehicles but don't want to break anything :). Any advise is very welcome...
If you know any service tech at your dealer, they maybe able to text you a couple of the pages in their manuals..Mine does it for me all the time...if there is a procedure that is..that's the thing.:confused:
 

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Hey DR , theRAMSTA recently posted a pic of his whole front end section removed , all in one piece !
Maybe he could offer some assistance !

P.S. I told you along time ago , your avatar *Scared The Crap Out Of Me* , and you did nothing ! :eek:
Even still , I offer this post to help you out ! 0:)
 

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I used those instruction when I installed my Curt hitch. Just be aware that some of my bolt sizes didnt match the ones listed in the instructions. Bring a full set of sockets. You will need a stubby screw driver and possible a flex joint on your socket kit for some of the wheel well screws/bolts.

I did it by myself and I had a real tough time reinstalling the bumper cover and getting it aligned properly. An extra set of hands would have been very helpful.
 

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Thanks guys. That's exactly the hitch I'm planning to purchase for my bike rack. I have plenty of tools so I should be fine. I changed my icon by popular demand. LOL.
 

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I don't know about your Icon, but your AVATAR is fine the way it is,,>:)
 
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