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The grill is one part mounted to the front clip.
I removed the whole front clip & headlights. But I was making other mods at the time.
Get one of those cheap sets of plastic trim removal tools, there are these wedged in clips along the bottom of the grill that are difficult for the pros todo right and they are fragile so be patient
open hood
remove the 7 bolts and 2 pop in rivets directly on top of grill
pull the top of grill out enough to get a hand with a wrench in there for the other bolts, holding the grill to the front clip
stuff a rolled towel between the grill and front clip on the left side
using a trim tool or flathead pry up to push these clips down a bit and it will slide out the towel will keep pressure on it so it won't go back in while you move left to right prying the clips add a rag between the grill & front clip on the very left edge just enough to keep those clips from resetting and it will pop right off.
Have a shop light facing the grill and be patient.
installing just line up those lower clips and and bump it with a mallet they pop in easy. Good Luck I love me some Ford!

Cars & Trucks | Answered 11 minutes ago

Those light are controlled by the BCM - body control module , INT LPS fuse G - 10 amp located in the right side instrument panel fuse box . Is power supply for those light's . Do you know where the right side I / P fuse box is ? If the fuse is good the next thing to do would be to hook up a factory or some other professional scan tool an check for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's in the BCM . If you are unfamiliar with this , your best bet mite be to take it to a qualified repair shop.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 38 minutes ago

It may be something as simple as a fuse. Sometimes one fuse controls multiple items on a car check your user manual it should tell you where to find the fuse boxes and which fuse controls what. Also may be a relay also found in fuse box. Usually when multiple electrical items overload it causes the fuse to blow to save damage to the systems.
If replacing the fuse/relay fixes it and it happens again have an auto electrician check it as it could be faulty wiring causing a short.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 1 hour ago

Fixya does not source parts.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 2 hours ago

most headrest have a small release button down at the base where they go into the top of the seat. press and pull up

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 hours ago

I've had this problem when I was looking for this . Have you tried repeating this operation?

Cars & Trucks | Answered 4 hours ago

sadly stating a question with out the proper addition of information will get you no useful information lock on what make , model , year etc .etc.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 8 hours ago

for what we are at a lose of knowing what you inquire about

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