Originally Posted by Chas
Where did you get these parts from? Definitely motivated to do the same to mine after seeing this.
I just went online and did a search for the part numbers on both eBay and retailers (ended up going with a Mopar supplier on eBay for the hitch, and Amazon for the rest):
Hitch, bezel and bolts/fasteners ($200-250) - 82212180AC
Hitch connector for lights ($39 on Amazon) - 56055632AC
Hitch receiver plug ($10 on Amazon) - 82208453AB
From Amazon, I also bought the Lisle 35260 Plastic Fastener Remover and AES Industries 263 Plastic Rivet Setter ($35 for both from Amazon) which make the job much easier. I had to go to Lowes because I didn't have a 21mm socket (weird size). Before you do it, check the clearance between the muffler & the bolt locations because you'll need to fit a wrench in there or lower the muffler, and you'll need a large enough bar to torque to 122ft/lbs (and to undo the other bolt first).
Instructions are on many typical sites that sell the hitch.
The plastic piece I broke was at the wheel well. It wasn't the trim piece that went around the wheel - that just pops out, and then there are tabs toward the rear of the vehicle (I didn't pull those out until the rear bumper was off, because others have broken those tabs). The piece I broke was at the TOP bolt in the wheel well for the rear bumper. Before you PULL the bumper away from the body, you have to make sure to clear a little lip in the wheel well. Examine that top bolt receiver closely before pulling the bumper away and you'll see what I mean. You have to PRY the lip of the bumper toward the front of the vehicle, and then out to clear the bolt receiver, and THEN you can pull the bumper straight back to unfasten it. If you don't clear that lip, you pull the fastener attached to the body off and can break it like I did. You'll see what I mean when you look at it.
Good luck! And if you have any questions, PM me!