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Front License Plate Block Removal


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post-41637-0-99337000-1377462491_thumb.jHi Folks!

I have a 2001 Boxster S, and I want to take off the front plate mounting blocks so I can fix the bumber and get some plugs instead.

I tried unscrewing the blocks via the holes in the centers, but they seem to just spin. Short of forcing them out (and risk deforming the bumber), is there a cleaner way to get them out?

Thanks!

Fudgiewhale

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If you haven't clean your radiators and AC condensors or re-routed your front hood latch emergency pull, perhaps you may want to drop your front bumper and do a couple of things as well as remove the license plate blocks.

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