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talk with the service center as to how this is done
If they came with the vehicle (new) then it may be necessary to remove the hood lining to get to the bolts
the service center or an accredited panel shop will have an idea as to how to get them off
Im not positive with those but usually they have a hex screw on the pilars that you loosen, then slide the pilar forward/back on both sides, then re-tighten. Newer racks have easy position turn style knobs but older ones have a screw or bolt and may have a plastic cover that you have to pop out with a flar head.
Take a thin utility cord. Tie it to one end of the front bar and wrap it
repeatedly around the bar to the other end of the
front bar (spaced about an inch per loop, working around anything
attached to the rack) where you tie it tight. Can disrupt the airflow to
break the noise - got rid of all of the noise from my rack. I used a 10 foot cord cost $1.60. Doesn't look as cool as a fairing,
but much cheaper and no one will steal it from your car. And you
don't have to move the bars so that you can't use them.