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So, this happened Friday afternoon due to hydroplaning.
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Everything is mechanically sound, but the hood and bumper cover are done for. I'm using my Hanes Manual to get the bumper off, and have come to a stall with a couple of plastic screw on the underside of the airdam. They are stripped, anyone got any ideas how I should get these off? My first time really doing anything car related, but I am 16 so now is the time to start. I tried searching as I always do, and came up with nothing.
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i put a screw driver between the screw and the holder. and apply pressure downwards while spinning the screw, seems to work. may need to source some new ones after. glad your ok
 

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Thats not bad but when i was 16 i couldnt afford to do stuff legit, hell i still cant lol. I would pop it back out and keep it incase of future accidents.
 

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Thats not bad but when i was 16 i couldnt afford to do stuff legit, hell i still cant lol. I would pop it back out and keep it incase of future accidents.
I save as much as I can. And this bumper is gonna be rattle canned black, and hung in my room as a nice little centerpiece to sticker up and paint up.
 
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