Honda CR-V: Front Bumper

Front Bumper Removal/Installation

NOTE:

1. Remove the front bulkhead cover.

2. Remove the bolts (A) and clips (B, C) securing the front bumper (D).

NOTE: To remove the clips, pry the inner clip up at the edge near the line (E) on its head.

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3. Remove the screws (F) and clips (G) securing the front bumper side trim (H).

4. Pull on the front bumper (A) at the wheel arch areas to release it from the hooks (B) on the side spacer (C).

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5. With the help of an assistant, while pulling the wheel arch portion away from the side spacer (A), pull the front bumper to release the bumper from the hooks (B) on the center upper beam (C).

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6. Remove the front bumper (A).

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7. Remove the front bumper absorber (A) from the front bumper beam (B).

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8. Install the bumper in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

Front Bumper Disassembly/Reassembly

NOTE: Take care not to scratch the front bumper faces.

1. Remove the front bumper.

2. Remove the clips, then separate the upper front bumper face (A) from the lower front bumper face (B).

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3. Reassemble the bumper faces in the reverse order of disassembly.

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