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Does anyone have the part #'s for the black trim pieces to fit the 2018 Pacifica Limited? Searching the parts fiche only seems to pull the chrome parts? I'm specifically looking for the F&R badges, front bumper trim pieces and rear bumper trim piece. If this info is buried within the forum a link would be appreciated.

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Thank you. My 2018 Touring L should be ready for me to pick up this week and I’d love to swap out as much chrome as I can.
 

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Thank you. My 2018 Touring L should be ready for me to pick up this week and I’d love to swap out as much chrome as I can.
Just remove it and paint with a quality black paint, that's what i did for the front and rear bumper trim and grille/emblems. The window trim, side moldings roof and hood are wrapped. Buying OEM black pieces can get pretty $$$$ !


 

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Wow you really went to town there! how hard was removing the front grill and lights trim?
I did have to remove the bumper entirely and getting those parts off was a little challenging, but not too bad.
 
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Couldn't you have just wrapped the front bumper trims as well? Thats what i'm thinking about doing.
 

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did you have to remove the window trim to wrap it or can it be done in place? thanks :)
 

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Just remove it and paint with a quality black paint, that's what i did for the front and rear bumper trim and grille/emblems. The window trim, side moldings roof and hood are wrapped. Buying OEM black pieces can get pretty $$$$ !


Could you share the material used for wrap areas and approx co$t to have installed? Please and thank you..:cool:
 

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Couldn't you have just wrapped the front bumper trims as well? Thats what i'm thinking about doing.
I could, but felt painting was a better option there and saved $$.
did you have to remove the window trim to wrap it or can it be done in place? thanks :)
It can be done in place, no problem.
Could you share the material used for wrap areas and approx co$t to have installed? Please and thank you..:cool:
I had a local guy do the roof, hood and window moldings and it was around $800. I had some outrageous quotes up to $2500 !
 
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