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Video: How to remove a 8/9 front bumper - HID bulb replacement

 
Old Jan 5, 2012, 06:18 AM
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Video: How to remove a 8/9 front bumper - HID bulb replacement

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5B9EXyhGrX0

A couple factory pieces were missing on this car so I guess this isn't 100% of a tutorial, but the main idea of all these videos is to give the DIY guy a look at what they would be getting themselves into if they decide to do it on there own.

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Old Feb 9, 2012, 05:16 AM
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Thanks help me out a lot
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Thanks for the Video sir. Help us out a lot.
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Old Feb 16, 2012, 07:56 AM
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Great video! I wish I would have seen this before doing this a few months ago for the first time.... Lol

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Old May 7, 2012, 06:03 AM
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Originally Posted by boostedmkiii View Post
Great video! I wish I would have seen this before doing this a few months ago for the first time.... Lol

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Thanks. Videos like this are always good to see before attempting anything the first time!
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Originally Posted by fcapistran View Post
Thanks for the Video sir. Help us out a lot.
Simple enough how-to, but still always good to know what you are getting into ahead of time.
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Old Jun 15, 2012, 02:22 PM
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I used this video when I had to replace my burnt out Headlight. Thanks!
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Nice Video !!!! Helped Out
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used this to get an idea of removing my bumper for the first time. Any idea where I can get replacement tab for the sides? I accidentally broke one of the tabs
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Is there any clips or anything that keeps the bottom of the headlight flush with the bumper ? Recently got a nose chop and the body shop couldn't align the drivers side light..They said the tab on the headlight is broken,I'm pretty sure they said its the inner one towards the grill..

Could i fix that tab somehow and if so would that solve the problem ???? Looks terrible!

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Is there any clips or anything that keeps the bottom of the headlight flush with the bumper ?
Not that I know of. sorry
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The linked video def helped me with my lip install much easier off the car. Took the worrying out of pulling the bumper off.
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nice job and will help a lot of people.
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Great info, nice to see it done before attempting it for the first time.
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The thing that will keep the bumper "up" is the bracket that bolts to the front crossbrace (bolt is probably hidden behind your CF ducts)
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