Range Rover Evoque: Front Bumper Mounting

Removal

NOTE: The front bumper mounting is manufactured from HSLA300 and mild steel.

1. In this procedure, to make sure the vehicle is correctly aligned, it must be placed on an approved alignment jig.

2. The front bumper mounting is replaced in conjunction with:

  1. Front bumper cover
  2. Front bumper
  3. Hood latch panel

Range Rover Evoque. Front End Sheet Metal Repairs

3. For additional information relating to this repair procedure please see the following: For additional information, refer to: Health and Safety Precautions (100-00 General Information, Description and Operation) / Body Repairs (501-25A Body Repairs - General Information, Description and Operation) / Corrosion Protection (501-25B Body Repairs - Corrosion Protection, Description and Operation) / Body and Frame (501-26 Body Repairs - Vehicle Specific Information and Tolerance Checks, Description and Operation) / Standard Workshop Practices (100-00 General Information, Description and Operation).

4. Remove the hood latch panel.

For additional information, refer to: Hood Latch Panel (501-02 Front End Body Panels, Removal and Installation).

5. Remove the radiator cooling pack.

For additional information, refer to: Radiator (303-03A Engine Cooling - TD4 2.2L Diesel, Removal and Installation).

6. LH Side: Remove the air intake pipe.

7. RH Side: Remove the windshield washer reservoir.

For additional information, refer to: Windshield Washer Reservoir (501-16 Wipers and Washers, Removal and Installation).

8. RH Side; Lay aside front side member insulation.

9. Release and lay aside the wiring harness.

10. NOTE These removed spot weld locations will be MIG plug welded on installation

Drill out the spot welds as indicated.

Range Rover Evoque. Front End Sheet Metal Repairs

11. Drill out the spot welds as indicated.

Range Rover Evoque. Front End Sheet Metal Repairs

12. Separate the joints and remove the panel.

Installation

1. NOTE: If the fender apron panel front reinforcement is also being installed in combination then a further 8 x MIG plug locations must be drilled into the fender apron panel front reinforcement. Drill holes in the new panel ready for MIG plug welding.

Range Rover Evoque. Front End Sheet Metal Repairs

2. Prepare the old and new panel joint surfaces.

3. Offer up the new panel and clamp into position. Check alignment, if correct, proceed to next step, if not, rectify and recheck before proceeding.

4. MIG plug weld as indicated.

Range Rover Evoque. Front End Sheet Metal Repairs

5. MIG plug weld as indicated.

Range Rover Evoque. Front End Sheet Metal Repairs

6. Dress all welded joints.

7. NOTE: Make sure all underbody joints are sealed following this repair procedure

The installation of associated panels and mechanical components is the reverse of removal.

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