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Scraped my turbo front spoiler

Can I remove the bottom piece of my front spoiler easily so I can have it repaired and painted? I donít want to have it repaired on the car, seems overspray is always somewhere. TIA
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Side view to see better the lower piece

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Hi Randy, I hope I am able to attach this picture properly, as it is of the same piece you are mentioning from my car. I recently had the car painted, and wanted this off as well. As you can see from the picture, there is a bolt on the inside of both side of the lower spoiler. If you reach up underneath you will find the nut that is attached. The rest of the piece is attached with what I think was the black urethane that our windshields are glued in with. Whatever it is, it had a good hold on mine, and yours may have a good grip as well. Slowly working that piece off once those nuts are removed from either side is my best suggestion. Good luck.

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Hi Randy, forgot to mention there are screws on the bottom side of that lower valence you will need to remove as well. Picture added to show their location.

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I'll look for the mounting hardware and hopefully be able to remove this piece and have it refinished. That's a great help! Thank you!
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