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Old 10 Jan 2014, 04:10 am
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Default how can repair 2005 acura rl rear bmper sidemolding crom trim stripe scratch?

as u know crom trim in molding! molding part price $150

but molding is very clean just inside trim stripe scratch

checked ebay there are 3M molding stripe if I order fix by myself?

0nly $6
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Old 10 Jan 2014, 04:47 am
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it's Chrome and there is no chrome strip, it's plastic and if you can actually speak English, then maybe you can also read directions and see if you CAN replace the strip.
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Old 10 Jan 2014, 05:07 am
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the rear bumper must be removed to replace it,there not very hard to remove so if your handy you should be ok ,,I do recommend getting an exploded view of the parts from your dealers parts dept (just say you are looking for some parts for the rear bumper assembly and you would like it printed out so you can find them) it will give you a better idea of where all the attachment clips& screws are since its your first one. they can easily print it out4 you,good luck!
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