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Nissan Xterra SE 2004 - Front Hood Emblem Removal...?

RE: Nissan Xterra SE 2004 - Front Hood Emblem Removal...?

Any chance anyone knows if the front "NISSAN" emblem is attached with pins or is it just adhesive like all the rear badges?

Any help would be super.

Thanks,
-STU

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Think it got two pins held by plastic grommets

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