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If you haven't done it before (and have made or purchased the right tools to get in that tight spot) you will likely need to remove both. It will make things a LOT easier. Try removing the valance first and see if that works for you. If not then remove the bumper.
Soak those nuts good overnight with your favorite liquid wrench.
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