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How do i remove the front grill on a 1988 grand cherokee

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You will need a philips screw driver a #2 0r #3 there are about 4 of these screws. This will remove the chrome potion of the grill. Behind the chrome you will find some brackets. If you want to remove more than the chrome part such as the brackets be carefull as the airconditioing evaporator is behind the grill. This will be nessasary also if you have to remove the radiator. The brackett at the top that goes from the left to right side over the top of the radiator will have to be removed if you want to remove more than just the chrome portion of the grill. There will be 6 bolts I belive as well as 2 nuts that will have to be removed. 2 of these are hidden under the seal that the hood closes against, they will be at the outer ends.

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