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#3: 01-25-2012, 08:56 AM
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You'll have to take the bumper off

most-to-all bumpers require the removal of tail-lights and trunk carpet molding to get to all of the screws.

Once off, take the bumper inside and place on a cushioned carpet, heat with hair dryer moving in circles, do NOT keep it in one place - then with either a baseball bat or something similar, wrap a towel around the end and put pressure to pop out CAREFULLY!

i do not take responsibility for the end results - this is the method I have used for my rear bumper and worked for me, but may not work for you