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Panamera front bumper removal


Description

This is a very useful process to be able to replace your own air filter on Panamera.

This is a must see for those who want to replace their own air filter on Panamera.

Does not look hard at all, just takes some time.

Also very useful if bumper removal needed for other reasons.  Hope this helps out.

 

 



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