Honda CR-V: Rear Bumper

Rear Bumper Removal/Installation

NOTE:

1. Remove the rear splash guard.

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

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3. Pullan the rear bumper (A) at the wheel arch areas to release it from the hooks (B) on the side spacers (C).

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4. With the help of an assistant, while pulling the wheel arch portion away from the side spacer (A), pull the rear bumper (B) to release the bumper from the hooks (C) on the upper bracket (D).

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5. Remove the rear bumper absorber (A) from the rear bumper beam (B).

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

Rear Bumper Disassembly/Reassembly

NOTE: Take care not to scratch the bumper faces.

1. Remove the rear bumper.

2. Remove the clips, then separate the left rear bumper face (A), right rear bumper face (B) and lower rear bumper face (C).

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3. Remove the clip (A) and screw (B), then remove the rear bumper under trim (C) from the lower rear bumper face (D).

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4. Reassemble the bumper faces in the reverse order of disassembly, and note these items:

Rear Bumper Reflector Replacement

NOTE:

1. Remove the rear bumper.

2. Release the hook (A), then remove the rear bumper reflector (B).

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3. Reattach the hook to the rear bumper first, and push the clip into place securely.

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