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Old 06-05-2010, 08:57 PM   #1
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Detailed front bumper diagram

Does anyone know where I can get a detailed front bumper expanded diagram? The manual I have is not detailed enough. I am putting my front end back together after 6 months apart & I can'y recall where all the bits go lol

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Old 06-05-2010, 09:10 PM   #2
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The most detailed diagram I can think of is the Porsche parts diagram. Heres a link to download it, just scroll through until you find the bumper diagram:
http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=c8260e4b7f10b09b6b21be4093fab7ace9993da6 7cc50b02c95965eaa7bc68bc

You might also look around at some of the DIY bumper removal guides with pictures. When I took mine off it was fairly simple, just time consuming. A few screws under the bumper, screws near the trunk latch, and the wheel well plunger things. Good luck!
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Thanks Rick exactly what I was looking for.

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The most detailed diagram I can think of is the Porsche parts diagram. Heres a link to download it, just scroll through until you find the bumper diagram:
http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=c8260e4b7f10b09b6b21be4093fab7ace9993da6 7cc50b02c95965eaa7bc68bc

You might also look around at some of the DIY bumper removal guides with pictures. When I took mine off it was fairly simple, just time consuming. A few screws under the bumper, screws near the trunk latch, and the wheel well plunger things. Good luck!
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Glad I could help! Good luck getting it back together.
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