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How to remove front bumper 2003 toyota tacoma

I need to replace it cuz I bumped into a sidewalk upright bar that I didn't see

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REALLY HARD PROJECT, TAKE IT TO SEARS, IT WILL ALSO NEED FRONT ALLIGNMENT

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The video at this YouTube LINK outlines the bumper removal to change the headlights in this case.

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