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      01-10-2009, 11:26 PM   #24
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Drives: '08 E90 & 67 Alfa GTV
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It isn't THAT hard, just get a chrome putty knife or credit card and pop the stays out one at a time. It won't scratch the paint or the chrome grill, then work it without letting any of the pins pop back in. The first one side difficult, but once you get the hang of it the second one is much easier. Here is a good tip-Just notice where the pins are on the replacement, as they are exactly the same as the OEM, target each one and then sure enough it comes free. GL, it is worth it once you are done.