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C4 winter grill, Snow shield fitting and all questions for it thread

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Mon Dec 12 2011, 03:24pm
Member No: #135
Joined: Feb 25 2007
Location: South Midlands
C6 Dave wrote ...

Just get a hold at one end and pull. The C6 one has no issues, nor did my C4 one

If I pull mine the grille wants to come with it, which is why I left it in place all year.
Sun Mar 04 2012, 01:23am
Mine was fiddly to go on, but got there in the end, but the weather got warmer as soon as i got it.
As another note, if anyone is looking to but one I got mine from duff morgan in norwich, for £16.95 delivered
Sun Mar 04 2012, 05:03am
Member No: #21107
Joined: Jul 31 2011
Location: Ruislip, Middlesex
Took mine off last night. Very easy to remove, just used a small screwdriver to pop the clips off at one end (drivers side). Once it's free at that end, a swift angled yank will dislodge the rest without trying to take the rest of the front grill with it.
Sun Mar 04 2012, 05:05am

Member No: #1
Joined: Aug 07 2006
Location: Northumberland
It's =4c here and mine is staying on. Last November we went from Birmingham to Southampton when at times it was +15c and there was no issue with the C6 overheating
Sun Mar 04 2012, 03:42pm
Member No: #16472
Joined: Nov 21 2010
Location: North Norfolk UK
It's 1.6 deg C here, 23 knots wind and raining - I'll think about taking it off next month - maybe.
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