Known for its French designing, the sporty Peugeot 206 is a stylish and compact hatchback and coupe marketed in Europe and recognised as a World Rally Championship rally car. In the event of a front-end collision, the Peugeot’s bumper is likely to crack and sustain damage. If the damage is severe enough, you'll want to remove the front bumper so you can replace it with a new one.
Park the Peugeot on level ground.
Raise the front end with a jack and rest it on axle stands. Open the bonnet.
Remove all four T20 screws from the front bumper’s top edge, using a T20 Torx screwdriver, turning counterclockwise.
Remove the T20 screw from underneath each front wheel arch.
Remove both bolts and the four plastic clips from the front bumper’s bottom edge, using a 10mm socket wrench.
Remove the plastic retaining clips and the front parts of the front wheel arch liners to reveal two bolts at the sides of the Peugeot’s front bumper. Remove the two bolts with a 10mm socket wrench.
Unplug the fog light wiring from each side of the front bumper and slide the front bumper away from the Peugeot.
Repeat the steps in reverse to install the new bumper.