Originally Posted by Kaplana
Anyone have install instructions, does the rubber piece slide in and out or do bolts have to be removed. ?
To easily replace a c6 front air dam.
1-remove the 2 small plastic side pieces of the air dam assembly.
2-With the two side pieces of the air dam removed, that will allow you to: RAISE THE CAR ON TO RINO-RAMPS that SAFELY support the car, and give you room to work. NO JOB IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN TAKING THE TIME TO PERFORM IT SAFELY. AND THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THIS ONE, BY PROVIDING YOURSELF A SAFE ENVIRONMENT TO COMPLETE THIS JOB SAFELY. DON'T ATTEMPT IF YOU ARE EVER UNSURE OF SAFETY!
3-remove the three 10mm bolts directly under the air dam. (notice that all hardware is only hand-tightened)
4-remove the seven 9/32 sheet metal screws under the plastic front bumper, up to and including the two 10mm nuts on both sides of the sheet metal screws (to give yourself room to remove the old air dam).
5-Gently pull down on the lower plastic facia of the front bumper, giving yourself room to remove the air dam starting from the right side (passenger side) of the car.
6-Take notice as to how the old air dam twists out, to better understand how you will put the new one in place.
7-Replace with the new air dam in reverse order (starting by getting the left side (driver's side) in first. It will require some manipulation and a little twisting, but it's doable. It should take an hour or two, the first time you do it. Just work smart, and always be safe!