Pain in the butt to remove grill to install
Reviewed By Martin M (Colorado Springs, CO) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 —8/2/2014 7:39 AM
You have to completely remove the front grill to install this puppy. I tell ya it's pain in the butt. I tried for an hour and I can see myself breaking the clip tabs off of grill on brand new F150 truck as I was struggling away with it. I think you need special tool to remove the grill which is not mentioned in the install procedure. The instruction didn't work for me, if I force it that would highly likely result in breaking the clip tabs on the grill. On hold until right tool is found.