The 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander front bumper makes up the nose of the vehicle. The part begins above the front grill and moves below the headlights to the front bottom of the Outlander. When the front bumper needs to be removed, the entire piece must be taken off. That process typically takes less than an hour by one person. An assistant, however, is recommended due to the bumper's large size.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee has a bumper and fascia on the rear that uses a foam isolator to absorb impacts. Removing the fascia, absorber and bumper as a unit is possible or as separate components. Replacement bumpers are available from the dealership or through a collision parts supplier. In some cases. you can also find replacement bumpers, fascia and other components from a salvage yard in good condition.
Some states require license plates on both the front and the back of a vehicle. Not all vehicles are equipped with a front license plate bracket. Brackets are made with the contours of a bumper in mind. When the bracket is installed properly, spacers are first attached to the bumper and then the bracket is attached to the spacers.
When an automobile needs to have extensive repair work completed, or when a car's engine needs to be replaced, a car mechanic must use an engine-lifting tool. Depending on the overall size and weight of an engine, it may be necessary to use the heavy-duty mobile floor crane lifting tool that can lift up to 6,000 pounds.