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Gidday Gentlemen,
I want to pull the grille out of my NW and have done a search looking for any tips but without luck. Can anyone point me in the right direction....trying to avoid unnecessary issues. Perhaps all models will be similar.
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Remove the clips across the top and then just pull up. There are two locating pins on the bottom that just pull straight out when you pull up on the grille.
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It's very easy. Have a look at link below which is video of nudge bar install. First but of video shows where the clips are and how to remove the grill.


https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...4CC0aGuJrc6djs
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thanks fellas,
I'll hope to get to it later this week
Andy
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One thing to watch. The two trim clips at the bottom of the grille may stay in the body insttead of coming out with the grille. If so remove them from the body and reinstall them in the lugs in the bottom of the grille before you replace it.
Peter
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Thanks Fellas
All went to plan,and as you said it was straight forward
Andy
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Have removed my grille a few times to install DRL's etc.
If you carefully prise out the plastic panel clips you can just wrap a small amount of duct tape around them and they are good to go again.
One of the two bottom plastic mounts had broken off and I just made a replacement out of galv. strap and it has been there for 3 years now.
Always looking to save a buck!
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