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I have a 2015 Limited that found an elusive ditch. I know I need clips and the piece the fog light goes into. I may need to replace one or two of the covers underneath. There are some decent YouTube videos, but it would be a heck of a lot easier to have a diagram. Plus it would make future interior modifications easier. Any help is appreciated!
 

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What exactly are you asking. If you need to access it without removing then all you need to do is remove the plastic engine shield which is held by a few clips and screws.

Removing the bumper is straightforward. Once you remove the plastic engine shield, there are only 2 or 3 screws in the front wheel well and rest is held by tabs. The you tube vids provide that inf in detail
 

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What exactly are you asking. If you need to access it without removing then all you need to do is remove the plastic engine shield which is held by a few clips and screws.

Removing the bumper is straightforward. Once you remove the plastic engine shield, there are only 2 or 3 screws in the front wheel well and rest is held by tabs. The you tube vids provide that inf in detail
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Thanks Sbihue.

I'm really wanting the body shop manuals for my vehicle. In my youth a had a (much beloved) 1971 Mustang, and the shop manuals for it were indispensable in making repairs, modifications, and upgrades. And, there was a whole lot less going on with that vehicle than with my van. ;-)

I would eventually like to make modifications to the interior for camping/travel purposes. But, in the interim I just want to be able to repair the damage to my bumper without spending a lot of money, or rendering it undrivable for a period (where I live it is illegal to drive without the bumper intact).

Thanks much!
 

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My ability to find relevant YouTube videos varies but I got lucky today and found one on how to remove the from bumper cover from a 2015 Sienna. It should be the same for all 2011-2017 Sienna.

 
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