8.16. Rear bumper

The rear bumper represents a metal framework with the established on it rubber and plastic slips.
The bumper is fixed on a frame by four bolts and can be removed for repair or replacement.
Removal and dismantling of a rear bumper

Fig. 327. Forward and back bumpers, fastening of registration plates: 1 – lattice of a front bumper; 2, 10, 15, 17, 20, 23, 33, 35 – washers elastic; 3, 5, 25, 27 – screws; 4 – facing of the top slip; 6 – the slip is top; 7 – the slip is side right; 8 – the nut is flange; 9, 14, 21, 22 – nuts; 11, 18, 32,
36 – bolts; 12, 24, 28 – washers; 13 – bandage; 16 – the arm is left; 19 – framework of a front bumper; 26 – slip rubber; 29 – overlay of a footboard;
30 – fastening plug; 31 – cap; 34 – rear bumper; 37 – the slip is left; And – a facing latch 4 top slips and overlays of the 29th footboard; B – short moustaches of a bandage 13 and overlays of the 26th front bumper


1. Turn off four bolts 36 (see fig. 327) fastenings of a rear bumper to a frame.
2. Turn off eight bolts 32 fastenings of plastic slips 37.
3. Unscrew two screws 27 of fastening of a rubber overlay of the 29th footboard and remove a slip, previously having drowned three rubber latches And.
4. Remove two plugs 30.
You carry out installation of a bumper upside-down.