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How do i reattach the front bumper absorber for the 2013 gmc terrain? where does it slide onto? or does it go glued on or screwed on?

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It should just slide out. You might have to use a little bit of force

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SOURCE: how do I reattach the front bumper? the left side

remove plastic rivets and bolts holding bumper within fender well, between lights near hood latch, and bottom of bumber, be careful taking bumper off to prevent cracking. exact opposite for installing bumper

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You should remove the bumper cover and take a look and make sure that the cover is not broken, its all plastic and the hold down arms sometimes break off and bumper will hang, also look for missing or loose fastners,

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zip ties and a drill, stitch it like frankenstien

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I have a 1999 GMC Sonoma and have had to replace the lights a few times.

- For the front lights, pop the hood and look to the front.
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- Remember those black tabs you took note of earlier when the assembly came off? It's time to put those tabs back in the slots they came out of.
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- For the tailights, Open your tailgate
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- Reattach tail light (With screws)

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