The 190E is a compact car produced by Mercedes-Benz from 1982 to 1993. If you're involved in an accident and the bumper of your Mercedes 190E becomes damaged, it is important that you replace it as quickly as possible. The instructions for removing the bumper of a 190E apply to all models of the 190E. Be sure to have an extra person on hand to help you remove the bumper as once you loosen the screws and bolts, the bumper will fall straight to the ground and may land on your foot.
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Things you need
- Socket wrench
Park the 190E on a flat, level surface. Reach behind the number plate and unplug the electrical connector of the temperature probe.
Use a socket wrench to remove the four nuts with washers from the front of the tires, directly underneath the fenders.
Use a socket wrench to remove the two side bolts. Be very careful when removing these bolts as once they are both removed, the bumper will fall off the vehicle.
Remove the bumper and replace, if necessary.
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