Learn how to remove and install 2012 Chrysler 300C front bumper cover.
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We are coming at you with another front bumper cover replacement video. This for the 2011-2014 Chrysler 300C front bumper cover. This particular model goes had a face lift for the 2015 models and up. All bumper cover are not created equal but the process of removing or installing one has not changed fro decades. Important note: this bumper is universal for models with and without fog lights. You either have the fog lights or the fog light covers.
The tools you will need are a philips screwdriver, a flat head screwdriver and a socket wrench with corresponding sockets. For this install we used a size 7mm and 10mm.
Make sure that you keep all the screw and clips together, don’t lose any and if it helps; take a photo so you know how each part was installed.
You want to start by removing the plastic push pins from the top of the bumper or underneath the hood. This is separate piece that covers the radiator and holds the top portion of the bumper.
Move to the wheel well and remove the plastic pins as well as any screw and, or bolts. Repeat on the other side. Lastly, there are push pins or bolts on the bottom of the bumper holding the skid plate on the bottom. Remove anything holding that in to the frame. Once all of this is complete, you can gently pop the bumper off from the fender and the top. If your car has fog lights, be sure to un-plug them before you remove the bumper or make sure the bumper does not pull the electrical wires as the bumpers is removed.
The longer part of this process is removing all accessories from the bumper itself to transfer to your new pre-painted front bumper cover. For this model, it is the grill, chrome accent pieces, the fog lights or the fog light covers.
Just work your way backwards with installing all the bumper accessories and mount the bumper cover back on the car. The bumper should clip on to the car with relative ease. Insert mounting clips and screws to secure the bumper in place and you’re all done.
This DIY project is not difficult but can take a some time for beginners. Feel free to ask questions below. We hope this video has helped you out. Don’t forget to give us a visit for all you auto part needs.
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