There are many Jeep models, but you can remove all the rear bumper by following the ways below.
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Jeep rear bumper removal
Of course, the first thing you need to do is remove the spare bumper. Start by disconnecting the wires from any fog lights you might have on the bumper. Then open the back cover. Don't rush to remove the screws after opening the back cover. There are three screws under the headlights. You can safely remove the Jeep's rear bumper by removing a few screws above the keel. Pay attention to the lights and wiring on the rear bumper when removing. The order is to remove the stitches and lights first and then take the rear bumper. Specific steps are as follows:
Open your jeep hood. Use a Phillips screwdriver to unscrew the three screws on top of the grille on the radiator bracket counterclockwise. Then use a flat-blade screwdriver to pry out the three fasteners that attach the lower part of the grille to the front bumper. Pull the grille off its mount, setting the screws and fasteners aside.
Use a flat-blade screwdriver to pry off the three fasteners on the bottom edge of the front bumper. Set the fasteners aside.
Use a flat-blade screwdriver to remove the three retainers from the leading edge of each wheel lip opening. Set the fasteners aside. Remove the mounting holes on the top of the bumper from the hooks under each front turn signal and front of each front wheel. If necessary, use an assistant and lower the bumper assembly from the vehicle.
An easier way to remove the Jeep rear bumper:
1. Open the Jeep's trunk lid.
2. Pull out the five covers over the opening in the trunk.
3. Wheel arches remove the three screws on each side to secure the bumper's fender pads.
4. Pull the wheel arches to the side and remove the screws that attach the angles to the wings.
5. Remove four screws around the bottom.
6. Use the clip with your assistant to pull the bumper back (don't break the wire).
7. Snap the device's connectors (if present) together.
With the above two methods, you can remove most Jeep cars' front or rear bumpers, such as Jeep JK, JL, and Jeep wrangler.