2010 Toyota Camry Front Bumper Removal. First, you’d like to start off at the bottom of the bumper and take off the screws. Take off the screws that’s going to be
running along the bottom of the bumper. Usually it’s right here. Two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. Usually, there’s seven or eight of them. But, once we remove them, I’m going to show you exactly how many of those screws we need to take off. So, it looks like there’s six of these screws right here on the bottom of your bumper. Just take them off with a 10 millimeter. And then, just go to the side of the vehicle. On the bumper, you’re going to see this right here. It’s like a pushpin, basically. Just take it off with a flathead screwdriver, and there’s going to be two… one on each side. And, I’ll show you that now. So, basically, you just basicallly take it off. So, on each side of the bumper, you’re going to see this little push pin. Basically, you just take it off with like a flathead screwdriver. You may want to sometimes just go ahead and rotate it. It comes off a little easier, and we just take it off. And, that’s about it. Then, you’re going to go to the fender liner and basically, you’re going to come over here and try to take off the fender. So, now, you’re going to go ahead and try to take off the fender liner just a little bit. And, you’re going to find this screw on each side of the bumper. It’s a ten millimeter. Basically, just go
ahead and take that off. So, you remove this screw on each side of the bumper. Then, you’re going to go on top of the bumper. With a Phillips screwdriver, just go ahead and take off this right here. And, also, the other one, one the other side. In the middle of the bumper, you’re going to see one more screw just go ahead and take that off with a ten millimeter. And basically, that’s it. All right, on top of the bumper, you’re going to see these they’re like…you push them in basically. And, just lift up. And, they just come off that easily. There’s going to be one, two three, four, five, six, seven eight, nine, ten eleven, twelve of them. All right, once all those screws are removed on the top and the push pins are removed also… basically, what you need to do to remove the bumper is start off on the side. Go and, pull it out like that. Easy as that. So, as you can see, removing a front
bumper on any vehicle, basically, is just your
standard sockets and flathead screwdrivers and just taking off a few screws and pushpins here and there.