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    Question Bumper removal

    Rear bumper removal; can someone direct me to instructions on how to do it?


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    Re: Bumper removal

    Below are snapshots from my 2006-2007 Digital Service Repair Manual regarding the removal/install of rear bumper and rear fascia. I've never removed a bumper, so canít verify its accuracy....do feel confident that I could follow these procedures.








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    Re: Bumper removal

    Thats awesome; I figured it out after like 3 hours after I posted this lol but I was mad....they should put this in the DIY sticky because there isn't anything that I could find about the rear bumper removal.

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    Sorry I couldn't have posted them quicker. Had to wait for a new AC Adapter to arrive so I could get to them on my Laptop. It was a real pain in the Tookus only having an iPod Touch for Internet access.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShapeShifter
    Sorry I couldn't have posted them quicker. Had to wait for a new AC Adapter to arrive so I could get to them on my Laptop. It was a real pain in the Tookus only having an iPod Touch for Internet access.
    This is why I bought a Seagate network drive. I am able to access my information, including the PDF of the shop manual, from anywhere.

    But my outgoing (upload) speed is 0.6mbps. So gaining access from outside is slow. But gaining access while at home is fast.

    KOT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingoftypos View Post
    This is why I bought a Seagate network drive. I am able to access my information, including the PDF of the shop manual, from anywhere.

    But my outgoing (upload) speed is 0.6mbps. So gaining access from outside is slow. But gaining access while at home is fast.

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    A network drive is something I hadn't considered. But lately, I'm hearing a little voice that's whispering; c'mon give yourself a new laptop w/beats audio for Christmas.

    Right now I'm not sure which way the fickle finger of fate will touch my wallet.


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