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How to Replace Horns 10-15 Chevy Camaro

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  1. step : Removing the Bumper (0:30)
    • Remove the plastic clips along the top edge of the bumper
    • Remove the 10mm screw at the top corner of the bumper bracket on each side
    • Remove the two 10mm bolts below the bumper
    • Remove the T20 Torx from the wheel well
    • Peel back the liner and remove the 10mm bolt on either end
    • Remove the 7mm bolt
    • Repeat the process on the other side
    • Disconnect the bumper harness
    • Remove the bumper
  2. step : Removing the Horn (2:45)
    • Disconnect the electrical connector
    • Remove the 10mm bolt from the horn
    • Remove the horn
  3. step : Installing the Horn (3:06)
    • Insert the horn into place
    • Tighten the 10mm bolt to the horn
    • Connect the electrical connector
  4. step : Installing the Bumper (3:13)
    • Connect the harness to the front bumper
    • Line up the tabs on the fender and press the bumper into place
    • Tighten the 10mm bolt into the bumper bracket
    • Tighten the 7mm screw into the bumper bracket
    • Reinstall the T20 Torx screws into the wheel well
    • Reinstall the 10mm screws at the bottom of the bumper
    • Clip in the plastic clips to the top of the bumper
    • Tighten the 10mm bolt in each corner

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Using a plastic trim tool, remove all of the plastic clips along the top edge of the bumper. We'll then remove the 10 millimeter screw at the top corner of the bumper bracket on each side. We are bringing our vehicle up on the lift to make it easier to show you what's going on, but you should be able to do this either with the vehicle on the ground or the front end raised slightly.

Clearly we're removing our bumper because the vehicle was in a collision, but if your bumper is intact, you would have two 10 millimeter bolts right about here. Ours ripped out of the bumper, so we'll just remove those so we have them out when our new one goes on. We removed the wheel to make it easier to show you what we're doing, but you should be able to access this with the wheel on. We're going to use a T20 Torx driver. You can do this either as a screw driver or with a ratchet. Remove the three T20 Torx bolts in each wheel well.

Peel back the wheel well liner and remove the 10 millimeter bolt with a 10 millimeter socket ratchet. You'll also need a seven millimeter socket ratchet to remove this bolt. You'll need to get up a little higher to remove the three 10 millimeter bolts up on the front edge of the fender. We'll do that with a 10 millimeter socket ratchet. We're missing our wheel well liner over here from the collision. Other than that, we'll repeat these steps on the opposite side. Carefully pull the bumper back. Once you've got a little slack on there disconnect the bumper harness and remove it from the vehicle.

Disconnect the electrical connector on the horn and remove the 10 millimeter bolt at the bottom. Then wiggle the bracket and remove your horn.

Reinstall your horn bracket, kind of slide it down and in there, and reinstall your 10 millimeter bolt. Reinstall the electrical connector. Reinstall the main electrical connector to the front bumper. Then line up the tabs on the fender and slide each side of the bumper into place. Reinstall the 10 millimeter bolt into the bumper bracket. Reinstall the seven millimeter screw at the bottom of the bumper bracket. Repeat these steps on the opposite side.

Resecure your wheel well liner with your three T20 Torx screws. Line up and reinstall the two 10 millimeter screws at the bottom of the bumper as well. Reinstall your plastic clips by popping them into the hole and then pushing the top down. There are three on each side of the hood latch. Reinstall the 10 millimeter bolt in the top corner on each side of the bumper.

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Tools needed for replacement:

    General Tools

  • Jack Stands
  • Floor Jack

  • Ratchets & Related

  • Ratchet
  • Socket Extensions

  • Screwdrivers & Related

  • Flat Blade Screwdriver

  • Sockets - Metric

  • 7mm Socket
  • 10mm Socket

  • Specialty Tools

  • Trim Tool Set

  • Star Drivers & Sockets

  • T20 Driver


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