How to Remove a 2001 Toyota Camry Rear Bumper

by Alibaster Smith

The rear bumper on a 2001 Toyota Camry will only need to be removed if it is damaged, or if you want to replace it with an aftermarket body kit. In either case, you must have a few simple tools and about 1/2 hour to remove the bumper. You may want to have an assistant help you hold the bumper while you remove it so that you do not crack it or damage it during the removal process.

Raise the 2001 Camry on jack stands. Lift up on the rear jack point with a floor jack and place jack stands under the rear pinch welds. Then, lower the Camry onto the jack stands.

Reach behind the rear wheel and remove the rivets holding the wheel liner in place with a flat head screwdriver. Pry up on the rivets to pop them out.

Remove the screw bolts holding the bumper to the bumper support. You will need to access these from underneath the rear bumper.

Remove the screw bolts in the wheel well that hold the bumper in place.

Slide the bumper off the bumper support.

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