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Tellico4x4.com 2008 Jeep Wrangler Build

Front Bumper Removal Instructions

Our Mission: To build up a new stock 2008 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon JK with our most popular Jeep accessories to make it an ideal Daily Driver AND Weekend Wheeler; and to do so without voiding Chryslers Limited Lifetime Warranty. Interior and exterior accessories as well as Jeep performance parts will all be installed on the new Wrangler.

Here are the instructions for removing the OEM factory front bumper from the Jeep Wrangler JK.


    
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Now to remove the factory bumper. Our 1st step was to remove the small plastic cover located underneath the bumper itself.

That piece was held in with a few of these screw type clips. The easiest way to get them out is to slide a screwdriver into the top and push the plastic screw out a little. Once it looks like the picture, you can use a pair of pliers to pull the screw the rest of the way out. By doing this you will expose the blocker beam and have easier access to the 8 bolts that hold the front bumper to the frame.


    
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Here are the eight bolts and four spacers that you should remove from the bumper, they are located on either side of the frame horn. Now with those gone, unplug your fog lights (if equipped). Once you have those bolts gone and the fog lights unplugged, the bumper will slider forward and off with very little effort.

    
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With the bumper off the Jeep and laying it face down on the ground, remove the eight bolts holding the fog lights. Also keep in mind that the plugs are facing the driver's side.

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