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Old 12-16-2009, 12:16 AM   #1
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Question fender removal please help!

so i was trying to remove the front bumper and front lip (thing above bumber with supra badge on it) and the fenders and the bumber is a lil bitch but the fenders are even worse. i removed all of the screws and bolts holding the fenders on and when i go to pull them off they are held on somewhere in the middle of the fender by what looks to be a bracket thing with like a rubber band around it or something like that. if someone could run me through removing the fenders and the front lip(i cant figure out how to get it off!!!) that would be great!

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Old 12-16-2009, 02:08 PM   #2
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there are two 14mm i think bolts i reached them after removing my lower grill remove the 2 nuts from bottem and push the bolts upward and out the top,
from the top under your hood, infront of your rad u will see two larger square arms coming out (there pretty well almost under the head lights, just to the side more centered to the car) and for some reason they have ugly clips on the tops that hold nothing... if you need i can get you pictures, my supra is currently not equipped with front or rear bumper..
the foam piece above it could probly come out first, its should all be 10mm
there all easy to find except 2 beside the head lights, and this is the hard part, remove your plastic wheel well, and reach your arm all the way to the fornt of the fender where the foam piece connects there is 2 nuts inside each fender (again mine were all 10mm) and the plastic wheel well is easy to remove slash reinstall.
also while doing so i suggest that you remove the mud flaps just behind front wheels and remove all dirt there will be lots...

again if you need pics i can have pics up this weekend, for front and rear bumper removal..
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Old 12-17-2009, 01:37 AM   #3
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yes please pictures would be great!! and you are describing the removal of the front lip thing above the front bumper correct???
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Old 12-17-2009, 05:19 AM   #4
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yes im describing the foam piece with the Toyota Supra badge in it. i can gladly get you pictures of my front end and where to get all the nuts/bolts to remove front bumper and foam lip/symbol piece, But i cant get to my car until this weekend, so were talkin Sat morning....
also i would be willing to get pictures of my mud flap removal and fender removal on my left side, I removed about 3 pounds of dirt/ side of the car, hidden inside the fenders
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Old 12-18-2009, 01:22 AM   #5
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yes it would be nice to see some pics and this weekend isnt a problem cuz im 800 miles away from my car and wont be getting back till sunday which is when im starting the teardown of the front end
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hopefully i can help with these picture, because man it took up all my spare time for days...
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Old 12-18-2009, 06:52 AM   #7
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I usually just look at the TSRM.. I would post the link if I could find it.. but it is in the forums. The rear bumper is quite easy, unfortunately, I have yet to remove my front.
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Old 12-19-2009, 03:09 AM   #8
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alright ill be looking forward to seeing good ways to get it off without having to do what i did with my friends 240sx (ran it into a poll going like 20, wasnt trying to get the bumper off but oh it did)
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I have this same issue. I just aquired a replacement fender for my mk3.
I have yet to find a diagram for the front bumper or fenders eccept for mk4 and mk2. tsrm, red toyota, and haynes do not have anything for bumper removal or even a diagram for how it all comes together.

I'm having trouble finding the bolts and such at the front of the fender where it connects to the front bumper as canadianbak'insupra pictured.
I'm guessing I have to take the front bumper off and yet again i have yet to find any diagrams.
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