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How to Replace High Tone Horns 07-13 Nissan Rogue

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  1. step : Removing the Bumper (0:49)
    • Remove the eight plastic clips from the top of the bumper with a trim tool
    • Pry the plastic clip from each wheel liner with a trim tool
    • Remove the 10mm bolt inside each wheel liner
    • Remove the six plastic pins from the bottom of the bumper with a trim tool
    • Remove the three T20 Torx bolts from the bottom of the bumper on each side
    • Disconnect the fog light wiring harnesses if you have fog lights
    • Pull the bumper forward and off the vehicle
  2. step : Removing the Horn (3:03)
    • Disconnect the two electrical connectors from the horn
    • Remove the 13mm nut from the horn bracket
    • Pull off the horn
  3. step : Installing the Horn (3:34)
    • Put the horn into place
    • Insert the 13mm nut into the horn bracket
    • Connect the two electrical connectors to the horn
  4. step : Installing the Bumper (3:55)
    • Lift the bumper into place
    • Pop in the bumper tabs
    • Push the eight plastic clips onto the top of the bumper
    • Insert the 10mm bolt inside each wheel well into the bumper
    • Push the wheel liners into place
    • Push the plastic clip into each wheel liner
    • Install the three T20 screws into each side of the bottom of the bumper
    • Line up the bumper with the air dam
    • Insert the six plastic clips into the bottom of the bumper

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In this video, we're going to be working with our 2009 Nissan Rogue. We're going to show you how to remove and replace your vehicle's high tone horn. If you like this video, please click subscribe. We have a ton more information on this and many other vehicles, and if you need parts for your car, you can follow the link down in the description over the 1AAuto.com. Here are the items you'll need for this repair.

Remove the eight plastic clips securing the top of the bumper fascia onto the vehicle. You can use a trim tool, needle nose pliers, or a flat blade screwdriver to pop up the center section, like this, and it will grab and pull the entire piece out.

We have one plastic push pin here, just like the one we had on the top that you'll want to pop out the same way. Now you should be able to peel back the inner wheel liner just enough to remove this 10 mm screw. We'll do that using a 10 mm socket and ratchet. We'll then repeat these steps on the opposite side. Remove six more plastic push pins on the bottom of the bumper. On this wind dam, we're missing one here. Remove those the same way with our trim tool.

Remove the three T20 Torx screws. I'm using a Torx screwdriver, you can also use a Torx bit and ratchet. Remove these, and then our vehicle does not have fog lights, but if yours does your best bet is going to be to peel this back, and reach up there to disconnect them. Repeat these steps on the opposite side. Now once everything's detached, you may want the help of a friend to pull the bumper forward and off of its tabs. Don't be afraid to give it a good yank, and place your bumper somewhere safe. The best way to store these is usually like this on a pair of saw horses or a table large enough to support it.

Your high tone horn is located below the driver side headlight. To remove this, you'll want to use a pick or a small flat blade to press the tab and remove the connector, for both the positive and the ground. You can then remove the 13 millimeter nut with a socket ratchet and extension, if necessary.

Reinstall your high tone horn as well as the 13 millimeter hold down nut. You can then reconnect your ground and positive connectors.

Using the help of your friend, reinstall the bumper. Make sure the top lines up, and you'll want to set the sides in and simply pop them into place. Reinstall the eight plastic trim clips by setting them into the openings and then popping the center section back into place. Reinstall the 10mm bolt into the corner of the bumper at the fender, then set your wheel liner back into place. Don't forget the plastic clip. Repeat these steps on the opposite side.

Reinstall the three T20 Torx screws on the bottom of the bumper fascia on each side. Also reinstall the six plastic clips, securing the air dam to the bottom of the bumper fascia.

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Tools needed for replacement:

    General Tools

  • Pick

  • Ratchets & Related

  • Ratchet
  • Socket Extensions

  • Screwdrivers & Related

  • Flat Blade Screwdriver

  • Sockets - Metric

  • 10mm Socket
  • 13mm Socket

  • Specialty Tools

  • Trim Tool Set

  • Star Drivers & Sockets

  • T20 Driver


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