Help! Piece of tire rearranged my front bumper!
Well, first off, I'm new here, so "hello." As my thread stated, I was the lucky recipient of a piece of "road tire" that the vehicle in front of me threw into my front bumper (front passenger side, specifically). When I got home and looked at the damage, I found the following:
1) Corner of bumper pushed in but not cracked - I was able to pop it out by hand with no visible damage
2) Passenger half of the bumper shifted and the tabs popped out
3) A wire was dangling loose (in testing my lights, I noticed that the passenger side high beam does not work but both the low beam lights do - I have the HID lights)
4) The passenger side chrome radiator cover plastic anchors popped out
So far, that's all I've seen. Now, my question: How hard is it to remove and put the bumpers all back together correctly? The driver side is still anchored and aligned, but when I tried to push the passenger side back into place, it wasn't having it. Is this something I should just swing by the dealer and have the body shop do for me? Or should I save the $ and just invest some elbow grease? Also, what are the odds that the dangling wire has something to do with the high beam not working? Are the high beams and the HID lights run by separate wires?
As background, this is a 2008 GC Limited with the 4.7L V8. This is my 3rd GC and I've had 2 Wranglers (TJ and JK). All the car work I've done was on the wranglers, so I'm just not as familiar with the GC. Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks again!