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Dismantling The Front Bumper From A MiTo 1.4 Multiair Turbo

You need to remove the bumper if you're going to replace the radiator, headlight or if you just need to gain access to another part.

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Undo the nine undertray screws,

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and the four T30 (Torx) screws underneath the front bumper.

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Undo the screws at either end,

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the three screws up the inside of the wheel arch lining,

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and the the top T30 screw to the front wing on both sides of the bumper.

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Pull both corners off of the clips.

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Undo the four T30 screws along the top of the bumper.

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Now support the bumper as you pull it forward to unclip the fog light connectors and it's free.

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To remove a headlight undo the 10mm bolt on the side wing,

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the one on the bumper support,

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and the top one.

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Pull out the retaining plastic pin,

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and disconnect the connector at the back of the unit. If you're taking out the radiator then remove both headlamps.

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If you now want to carry on and remove the radiator please go to 'Removing The Radiator From A MiTo 1.4 Multiair TB'.

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