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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
First we have to remove the grill.
Two torx and two clips

Two torx


The grill is now loose.
Now to the front bumper.
Two torx

Four torx

The bumper is now loose. Remember to loosen the wire to foglight and hose.

Remove one clip and the hose is loose.

End then your done!
 

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Re: (VWGeeTeeEye)

If he did it just to make a DIY...
Thank You!
there was never a DIY for taking off the front bumper...
 

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Re: DIY: Remove front bumper (user name unknown)

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did you paint the eyelids onto your headlights?

If you meen glue by "paint", then yes.
If you meen pain by "pain on lights", then no.



Modified by OleH at 11:44 AM 9-14-2007
 

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Re: (VWGeeTeeEye)

NICE!
I'm planning on getting yellow HID's for the fogs!
they sell plug and play kits that make installation a breeze!
 

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Re: (OleH)

Quote, originally posted by OleH »
No, not just to make a DIY.
Had to put xenon in foglights...


Would you have any pics at night. i am still debating if i should put them on my car (i have the kit from my previous 2003 GLI) adn still not sure if i want to put the HID on the fogs
 

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Re: (Spoiled87Coupe)

arent' there torx screws on the bottom of the bumper that needs to be removed after removing the 4 torx in each wheelwell?
 

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Re: (ar_mike)

those are just for the skid plate attached to the bumper, no need to remove those as it just comes off with it.
 

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Re: (FusionGuy)

I assume this is almost the same as the rabbit. I will take pictures of my removal. I am installing FK Angel Eyes. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 
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