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    Question Front bumper skirt removal.

    Hi all.

    Can anyone tell me if its possible to remove the front lower skirt on a my pre-facelift vectra without removing the actual bumper?

    If so,does it just un-clip out?

    thanx

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    UUUU...I want to hear the answer for this one....I tried once.. I couldn`t... can seem to understand how the clips are attached...

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    if i can remember they are just a push fit. just push the flap clip in and it should just pop out.

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    just add 3 more push it plastic rivets to remove and it'll come off. one in the middle through tthe bumper and the 2 skirt sections, and one each end of the trim..

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    LOL....Just park on a low kerb and when you reverse it will pull it off.....did on mine

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    i take that as a yes then?

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    LOL.. a very big yes...it's not a big job to do at all..

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    luverly jubbly then

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