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As everyone says. "Im looking to get a Scion tC." I wanted to know if the Scion logo in the rear is glued on, or bolted on. Because I think a white car with a black logo would like good. If it's glued on it will be a little more tricky. Like im pretty sure I cant use Elmers school glue to put it back on.
Rear "Scion" Emblem- Held into place with alignment pins and double-sided adhesive. Rear "tC" Emblem- Held into place by adhesive only. Front "Scion" Emblem- Held into place with alignment pins and adhesive.
All can be removed with the "tC" Emblem being the easiest. Heat up the emblems (with a hair dryer) and use either floss (YES! Floss!) or fishing wire. Use a sawing motion on the adhesive and cut away. Just be aware of the alignment pins. When re-applying, just use heavy duty automotive double-sided adhesive.
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