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Old 12-19-2006, 11:27 AM
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Question Front Bumper Removal?

How exactly do I remove the bumper from my 2000? It looks confusing or mabey im lookin at the wrong bolts? I wanna put in my OEM ford fog lights and I think Im gonna have to drill a few holes to get them to fit right and the bumper will need to be off for that.
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Old 12-19-2006, 11:30 AM
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there are four bolts on the front...two at each toe hooks....and then the brace bolts that are on the outside of the frame on each side..i think thats it if i remembere right......
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yea it's really easy!! four right up front and maybe 2 more one on each side but not always. As for the fog lights no drilling it's really easy four bolts each fog lite and some slip on clips. need anymore help let me know. I'll be happy to help out.
Scott
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Old 12-19-2006, 12:32 PM
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hey, along the lines of the fog lights, can they be made brighter? I have not looked at them, nor do I know what type of bulbs they have, just thought I would propose the question if someone already knows!
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yep 4 bolts by the tow hooks then 1 on each side on the brace then theres 4 lil pops holding the bumper to the black rubber piece underneath
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Thanks a lot for all the help guys! Im gonna try and tackle it on friday. I know that normally the oem's would fit right in but I bought the 05-06 lights so the bracket is a little different, but the lights look exactly the same..... I woulda bought the right ones but I got these off ebay brand new in box for $40.00, so I couldnt go wrong
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