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Hello fellow DIYers!
This video is much like our 2016 Hyundai Elantra front bumper removal video, just in reverse. There is nothing to be afraid of when it comes to replacing your Elantra front bumper cover. This particular customer did not want to replace his passenger side fender liner, get a new under-car shield cover, or fix his hood. We understand completely. Thanks for stopping by and let us walk you through this.
TOOLS NEEDED: 10mm wrench or socket wrench, flat head screwdriver or panel clip pliers and philipls screwdriver.
Hopefully, at this point you have all the accessories, like fog lights, grille and other things attached to your bumper. A front bumper replacement is easy as snapping a lego on, sort of (:33). You want to secure the bumper with the push pins up top (:48). This is so the bumper does not slip or fall while you are snapping it on under the headlight or fender area. Make sure the holes are aligned and place the pins in securely. Push in the ends (2:00) by clipping them to the fender bracket. Just give a slight tape. Get the 10mm bolt and secure the (2:36) bumper to the fender. This bumper is quite nice, in that it doesn’t have a million clips holding the fender liners in. The fender liner sits tightly behind the fender (5:19). Repeat on the opposite side (3:05). Dont forget the bottom of the fender liner, there are two bolts (5:48) that will snap on to the frame and possibly to the under-shield cover. The under car shield has two bolts in the middle of the bumper that secure it and to the fender liners. Very easy to do, sorry we could not show you, the customer just didn’t think he needed it. That’s it. You’ve installed your bumper and it was pretty easy to do.
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