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Hi, I don't mean to sound impatient, but I'm in a bit of a bind. I'm trying to replace a 2002 tundra front bumper and need the truck later today. I've taken out every nut I can find on the bumper and the whole bumper has a lot of play in it now, but it won't seem to come free. The 4 screws on the bottom have been removed as well. If anyone can offer any help, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you in advance.
 

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if you have a fax machine i can fax you a collision picture,thats what body shops use to find all the clips and retainers.i cant email it.
 

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Hey man is it possible you could send it to me too? Im getting ready to change my front bumper in the next couple weeks too. Mines a 2000, but it shouldnt matter Im pretty sure. Thanks.:tu:
 

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On my 2000 Tacoma you had to take the grille and headlight assemblys off to completely take the bumper off...I am not for sure if the Tundra is the same way but it wouldn't suprise me.

Don't forget you can always call a trusty Toyota dealership! Usually they can give you any information you need....I call them alot for torque specs.
 

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400exboy,no problem on the picture,but i need a fax number,i cant email the pic.
 

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Behind the bumper inside the wheelwell you'll see a hole in the black "plastic" covering. Upper right corner on the right side and upper left corner on the driver's side. Take the nuts off of those studs and the bumper will be free.
 
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