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Hey guys, I want to pull the front/rear bumpers from my parts car.  I don't think it's International specific but I'm assuming it's the same for the 88-91 CS coupes.  I need to eventually swap the front bumper from the parts car to the my 91 International coupe.  I want the rear bumper just because it would be good to have a spare.  Any tips or details on how to do this?  Thank you!

 

 

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I took them off with the bumper support.

There are 2 nuts on each side that bolt into the fenders.

And then 4 bolts onto the frame for the support I believe.


I want to say you need to remove the headlights, both set of turn signals as wel to get the bolts.


If I get a chance I’ll take a picture of the service manual for you.

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1 hour ago, Bake82 said:

I took them off with the bumper support.

There are 2 nuts on each side that bolt into the fenders.

And then 4 bolts onto the frame for the support I believe.


I want to say you need to remove the headlights, both set of turn signals as wel to get the bolts.


If I get a chance I’ll take a picture of the service manual for you.

Thank you, you are the best!  Much appreciated!

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I would remove the corner lenses. You might not have to, but  it's nice to get them out of the way for head light removal.

Should be straight forward to remove the bumpers. 92+ CS are not that hard, but what I remember is one bolt on the back bumper was a bit of a stretch.

There are a couple in the trunk and then a few inside the wheel wells for the back bumper. Might have to remove the tail lights but not sure.

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