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Body Kit, Front Bumper Attachment Locations - Pictures #18646 Apr 22, 3:11pm Apr 22, 3:11pm
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Body Kit, Front Bumper Attachment Locations - Pictures
Body Kit Front Bumper Attachment Locations
By Isaac DeCoursey @ EverythingCelica.com

As with MOST body kit pieces, this should be installed by a professional - but I've posted these photos for anyone who is curious as to how/where the install points are located. These photos should be helpful in answering most of your questions.

Stock bumper removal illustrations can be found at...
https://www.celicahobby.com/forums/...body-kit-front-bumper-how-to-remove.html

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Re: Body Kit, Front Bumper Attachment Locations - Pictures [Re: isaac] #18647 Jan 13, 10:00am Jan 13, 10:00am
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how do i take off the bolt from each side of the wheels to removed the bumper i found how to take the other 5 bolts in the center but the side have two protective shields if thats what they call it. can anybody tell me how? cry

Re: Body Kit, Front Bumper Attachment Locations - Pictures [Re: makoi] #18648 Jan 13, 10:41am Jan 13, 10:41am
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The thing with the black handle is a "multi-tool wrench" with a 10mm socket attachment attached to it.

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Insert and 10mm wrench on the bolt head. Use your 10mm socket tool to turn the nut.

When re-attaching, you may want to have flip the nut/bolt direction to whatever direction is easiest for you. Personally, I keep the nut at the bottom.

I have also come across a few newer Celica models which have switched from the bolt/nut attachments to a bolt/plastic-retainer. If this is the case for your setup, only a 10mm socket is needed.

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