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Bumper Absorber Information

Automotive bumpers go a long way in protecting cars from serious damage even during minor collisions. To enhance this capability, you can customize your car with a bumper absorber. This is an add-on that absorbs shock and serves various purposes. A bumper absorber can be used in conjunction with the bumper, further increasing its ability to prevent damage by resisting the forward momentum of the car during a collision. This makes the bumper more efficient at protecting the occupants inside, but also in protecting the engine and preventing serious and expensive damage from occurring. Engine components can be expensive and difficult to replace. The absorber is also useful in reinforcing bumpers that are not solid. Many are in fact made of plastic or Styrofoam and are not very good at deflecting the energy from impacts. Fitting beneath the bumper to fill in hollow space, the absorbing material will prevent the hollow bumper, as well as other exterior panels on the car, from being crushed. When you install a bumper absorber, you also increase the chances of maximizing the life of the bumper. This saves on costs of replacing it, and extends the time of which you might have to do so. A small dent in the cost of ownership and maintenance of a car, this saves you financially in case you need more expensive repairs down the road. It also reinforces the capabilities of old bumpers. Instead of paying to replace an entire assembly, you can have a bumper absorber installed to strengthen the front and back ends of an older car. It is a relatively inexpensive car accessory, available from many automotive wholesale retailers, which can help avoid more expensive costs of fixing damaged components. The protective and safety benefits also cannot be stressed enough for this particular accessory.

Bumper Absorber

Most car bumpers can’t handle the full impact of an accident because they’re made of Styrofoam or plastic. Strengthen your car with a bumper absorber. This part fits beneath your bumper and is made of durable plastic so it can absorb the shock of a collision. This helps your car incur less damage and protects the engine. Drive around town with the confidence that comes from a stronger bumper and the knowledge that you have extra protection if there’s a collision.

PartsGeek.com has a great selection of bumper absorbers from brands such as Action Crash. We have parts for Toyotas, Buicks and Mazdas, and carry all the parts you could possibly need to ensure your car runs and looks great. Our fast shipping means you get your order arrives in record time. Ordered the wrong part? Our 30-day return policy makes it easy to send parts back.

What is a bumper absorber?

A bumper absorber acts as additional protection in a car accident. This part fits beneath your car’s bumper and absorbs most of the impact from a collision. This can help prevent engine damage and also keep you and your family safer. While most bumper absorbers cannot prevent all possible damage, they can help ensure that you won’t need to replace your entire bumper. This part is typically made of hard plastic and is designed to be more durable than your car’s bumper.

How much does a bumper absorber cost?

On PartsGeek.com, good bumper absorber is usually in the $20 to $50 price range, although some can run higher. Your vehicle’s make and model are the main factors which determine price.

How do I install a bumper absorber?

You don’t need to be an expert mechanic to install a bumper absorber. There are five simple steps you can follow:

  1. Remove everything attached to your front bumper, such as the trim and lights. The wires for your front lights should also be disconnected.
  2. Take your bumper cover off by undoing the mounting bolts and screws. You might want a floor jack so this part is always supported. Then tug your old bumper off.
  3. Align the new bumper absorber so everything fits perfectly. Use the location of your previous bumper as a guide. Then fit the original bumper over the new absorber and reattach the screws and mounting bolts. Don’t forget to reconnect the wires for your lights.

You can usually install your bumper absorber using a wrench and socket and a screwdriver. Depending on the kind you buy, a rivet gun may also be helpful.


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Reviewer: Jerry Biggans

Quick shipping, perfect fit.

2005 Jeep Liberty Bumper Absorber

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: GA

Excellent product, thank you.

2012 Volkswagen Jetta Bumper Absorber

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Reviewer: bonifacio rodriguez

Recibi El producto en buenas condiciones y muy rapido estoy totalmente satisfecho

2012 Chrysler 200 Bumper Absorber

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: phildig

great product and fast shipping. exact match for factory part. I cant wait to put it on my daughters truck.

I will purchase again from this company.

2006 Jeep Liberty Bumper Absorber

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Great product with great price.

Replaced my damaged absorber. Very pleased with it. Fit and finish was great. Highly recommend.

2005 Jeep Liberty Bumper Absorber

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied
Reviewer: Better picture/name could Help

The part that I needed was evidently a Valance, the part I ordered originally was not identified as "Bumper Absorber." If so

I would not have ordered and had to send it back. Service has been great, pics of parts and labels need added wordage. Think part being sent from your company is correct.

Hope a Hope.

2012 Kia Optima Bumper Absorber