Ford Mustang Service Manual: Rear Bumper

Front Bumper Cover

Removal and Installation

NOTE: Mustang shown, GT and Cobra similar.

1. Remove the pin-type retainers and the radiator upper sight shield.

2. Remove the two pin-type retainers (one each side).


2. Remove the two pin-type retainers (one each side).

3. Remove the four front bumper cover nuts (two each side).


3. Remove the four front bumper cover nuts (two each side).

4. Remove the lower bumper cover pin-type retainers.


4. Remove the lower bumper cover pin-type retainers.

5. Remove the four headlamp mounting clips.


5. Remove the four headlamp mounting clips.

6. Disconnect the parking lamp and the headlamp electrical connectors (two


6. Disconnect the parking lamp and the headlamp electrical connectors (two each) and remove the two headlamps.

7. Remove the pin-type retainers.


7. Remove the pin-type retainers.

8. If equipped, remove the pin-type retainers.


8. If equipped, remove the pin-type retainers.

9. If equipped, disconnect the fog lamp electrical connectors.


9. If equipped, disconnect the fog lamp electrical connectors.

10. Lift up on the tabs and remove the front bumper cover.

11. To install, reverse the removal procedure.


11. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

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