This is a 90mm spray bottle, gives an idea of the new tips. You probably don't need the impact, but you will spend a very long time trying to get the bolts loose without one. Start by removing the lower grille. There are two Torx screws, and one flat head screw. Very straight forward, great pics, great dialog. Disconnect the hose to the headlight washers by reaching through the hole where you removed the driver's side grill; it disconnects at the lightened area of the picture below.
Once the end of the bumper is free you can pull it forward and away from the car a little bit. Bust out the impact wrench to loosen the six 17mm flywheel bolts. Figure 7 Once you've removed the Torx fasteners note that the fender liner is removed in this photo of the passenger-side wheel well , you'll need to release the top two plastic fasteners. January 16, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the feedback. The project explained here entails first removing the front bumper. .
You will need to remove the tail lights and theres a pin at the corner of bumper, pull it up and remove it. Lift up and disconnect the sensor from the bottom be careful. Remove any clips or bolts holding the belly pan to the bumper not all of them are shown in the photo. Front Bumper Installation Installation is a straight forward reverse of the removal steps. .
The clutch disk has to go in a certain way the taller middle side goes towards the pressure plate Start putting the bolts in, but don't tighten yet. You will also have a headlight washer connection on the passenger side. Need to be carefull when uncliping the bumper as it can break where it clips in and doesnt sit right when refiting. Step 4 — Remove two inner nuts one each side You will need an extension for the next two nuts. Remove the two long 6mm hex bolts see above picture. This grille feeds air to the duct that supplies the side-mounted intercooler. This photo shows the connection at the base of the intercooler.
Apply this step on both sides of the bumper cover. Take a 22mm wrench and use a little elbow grease. This step is similar to the front: This is what the driver's side looks like after the trunk liner is removed After the 10 mm nuts are removed, you have to remove the screws in the wheel well. Here is the most challenging part of the job; disengaging the bumper from the fender. The project explained here entails first removing the front bumper. March 20, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: We don't currently have that tech article. This is necessary to service the headlight washers and to reach the radiator drain petcock in the case of the 1.
To the right you can see the homemade threaded rod tool that is holding up the radiator support panel, as well as the part of the body painted that it threads into. They are 6mm allen bolts. Also remove the spring mount from the downpipe. They are for the horns, fog lights and the headlight washers. The radiator end caps and nipples are made out of plastic and can be fragile. The shafts are bolted in with six 12 point torx-head bolts.
Always read the factory service manual safety instructions and guidelines. If you're handy working with tools and cars, you may be up for changing your 2001 Audi A4 Quattro's clutch. I will show it using my Rieger front, however its the same for the stock bumper as well. This has been shown previously for the front bumper With the liner bolts removed, the last thing you need to do is remove two screws on the underside of the bumper. At this stage I'm unsure if this is a bad sign or not. October 3, 2017 Followup from the Pelican Staff: What vehicle year and model and what intercooler brand and model? Remove three screws from the top Phillips.
April 17, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Sure, the body will be the same. Apply this step on both sides of the bumper cover. Use a flat-blade screwdriver to gently move the clips away from the bumper. July 29, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: The bumper support? Because it is wider toward the front of the car, it interferes with the radiator support panel as you move it away from the car. Remove the coolant tank and set aside. You need to center the clutch disk in the pressure plate.
Do the same for the other side. The bumper is clipped to a bracket on the fender. My advice, therefore, is to have a drain pan handy. Go under the front of your car with your flat head screwdriver, then turn the three screws a quarter turn counter-clockwise, then they will come loose. You can make your Mustang look like an in-your-face rally car with huge foglights and a 'Big Mouth' style front bumper. Firmly push in the sides of the bumper to engage the clips. I am guessing the procedure is pretty much the same when getting room to change the v6 timing belt.
Extra note: some companies have introduced high-end fiberglass body kits that use a specialty flex resin that gives bodykit-buyers the best of both worlds: durabilty and affordabilty. Need to be carefull when uncliping the bumper as it can break where it clips in and doesnt sit right when refiting. Do this for both sides of the car duh. You can see it's a bit low in the first pic. Give our parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799.