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  1. 1995 E36 318is grille removal.... 
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    After some silly sausage decided to damage my front grille i need to fit a new one, can anyone tell me how to remove before i start removing things i dont need? haha

    Is it a case of the bumper coming off aswell?

    Many thanx in advance
     
     

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    Just the grill or the whole nosepanel?
     
     

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    the whole panel mate, as mines dented on the side of the "kidney grill" i think they call it?

     
     

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    You don't need to remove the bumper.I did take out the headlights and indicators.Then its fairly straight forward.You need to remove the black air duct covering then its a couple of screws on the each end holding it to the wings and a couple of screws in the middle-I believe it may be spot welded in the middle too.I have seen this on one car but not on mine-Remove all the screws then slide it out .Putting it back is the reverse of taking it off...Can't think of anything else but its fairly easy Then again I am confident in ripping my car apart and putting it back together again-If you are not then don't attempt it
     
     

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    nice one mate, will give it ago over the weekend
     
     

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