Re: Front Air Dam Removal
Wanting to perform this task I came across this thread but found it more confusing than anything so I thought I better clear things up a bit.
I had removed the 7 fasteners and the bumper looked fairly free but I was afraid to force anything after reading about plastic lugs and metric bolts on here. Things might have changed with the 2014 model but only fasteners were the 7 mentioned in the manual.
Once the fasteners were removed I simply worked my way around the bumper applying a fairly solid press with my palm to the bumper directly above the air dam to separate it. Once I had made it all the way around it dropped down and I removed it. Simple as that.
Somebody else has posted some photos of it removed which might help, after reading this thread I though some of you may have tried to remove the very lower section only.
2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland CRD, Brilliant Black, Black Interior. (BAA BAA - tinted front windows, Mopar bash plates, Mopar rock rail, Mopar slush mats, Mopar Cargo tray, Tow kit, KMC Monster XD 18x9 rims, Pirelli Scorpion ATR 265/60R18)