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How to Install Aftermarket Grille on a 2004-2007 Nissan Titan or Armada

Updated on October 22, 2013

Custom 2007 Nissan Titan

Preparing for the Job

The removal and installation of the front grille on your 2004 through 2007 NIssan Titan or Armada is relatively straight-forward and can be completed in less than half-an-hour. Nonetheless, you will still need to prepare your work area and yourself for the job.

Start by placing a large sheet or mat on the floor adjacent to the front of the vehicle tht you can use as a staging area. By doing so you will be able to unpack your replacement grille and rest it on the floor without scuffing or otherwise damaging it. Similarly, when you remove the stock grille you will have a place to rest it.

In addition to preparing your work area we suggest that you use protective eyewear such as goggles. Whenever you are working with plastic clips and fasteners there is a possibility that one could pop out and injure your eye. So, at the risk of sounding like your overprotective grandmother, please use protective eyewear.

Recommended Tools:

As shown below you need only a flat head screwdriver and a pair of needle nose pliers.

Recommended Tools

Step 1 - Open the Hood

The first step in this quick and painless procedure s to open the hood. Doing so will reveal all of the connection points for the grille.

Step 2 - Release Plastic Clips

Using a flat head screwdriver release all of the clips along the top of the grill which attach it to the truck.

Step 3 - Remove Front Grille

Once you have release the clips you can gently pull off the front grille.

Step 4 - Remove Plastic Clips from Radiator Support

Remove the plastic clips from the radiator support.

Step 5 - Install Plastic Clips on Grille

Install the clips on the new, aftermarket grille.

Step 6 - Install New Grille

Carefully line up the grille connections with the stock attachment points. Because the grille adheres using the stock clips you need only to push the grille firmly in and listen for the "clicks" of the clips.

Step 7 - Close Hood

Close hood.

2004-2007 Nissan Armada Front Grille Installed

Full Installation Video


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