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How to Remove Your Mustang Front Bumper Cover (2015-Present)
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Published on 2016-04-28
Want to learn how to remove your front bumper cover on a 2015 & Up Mustang? In this video we will show you step by step how to take your front bumper cover off.
Here at LMR.com we provide easy to follow steps to remove your front bumper cover. Knowing how to take the bumper cover off allows you to change headlights, headlight bulbs, or maybe you have a new front bumper cover you want to install on your 15 & Up Mustang. LMR is committed to bringing you the most useful Mustang installs
This applies to Mustangs: 2015 (15), 2016 (16), EcoBoost, V6, GT
Hey, what’s up guys! Landan here with LMR.com! This video will cover my quick walk through on removing your factory front bumper from your S550 Mustang.
To begin, place the car on a lift or jack stands.
Remove both front wheels.
Remove the lower push pin, the push pin located near the top of the brake cooling duct, and the push pin located towards the inside of the splash shield near the control arm.
Do this for both sides.
Remove all of the lower close out screws with a 7mm socket as well as the four remaining push pins.
Set the close out panel aside.
Back up top, remove all of the push pins securing the radiator cover.
Set the cover aside and remove the six 8mm bolts securing the bumper to the bumper support.
Roll back the bumper to hood seal and remove the seven thirty seconds screw.
There is one of these on each side of the bumper.
Finally, roll back the splash shield and remove the 7mm bolt securing the bumper to the fender.
Pull out in the bumper to free it from the mount on the fender.
There is one per side.
Reach down and unplug any electrical connection.
Now you can completely remove the front bumper.
This quick video will help any enthusiast who are wanting to make front end upgrades that requires removal of the front bumper. Removing the front wheels is optional, but it does provide additional clearance. Until next time fellas, keep it right here with LMR.com!