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Old 05-22-2014, 09:02 PM   #1
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By baby is a pony package 2014 and i would love to plastid dip the grille but can I remove it?

I dont want to remove the bumper :/.

Any way to take off the grille without taking off the bumper?

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grab a hold of it and pull hard. Its held in by tabs. You can pull it out without taking the bumper off. Look on youtube for the video.

It will look like this after:
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And to put it back?
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Line up the tabs and pop it back in. Taking it out can be a pain because you have to tug in a quick forceful motion and the grille can be hard to grip. One word of advice...once u get it off do not try to separate it from the chrome surround. Just tape it off and spray.
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You can also plastidip the grille without taking it off. There's a video of it, I think on dipyourcar. Similar technique to doing the wheels by placing a plastic bag behind the grille to protect those parts. Also, tape newspaper to the bumper and hood.
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Will do thank you guys
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Be careful! There might be some small screws towards the bottom! Most cars have them! I don't recommend plasti dipping the grill either. Just buy a new one for $100
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I plastidipped my grille without taking it off and it came out awesome. The beauty of plastidip is that if you overspray you can easily remove it.
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