Attaching Front License Plate?
You may recall that we are the family that was driving 1978 vintage autos till we got this new T & C.
Well, I never had one of these foam/plastic (or whatever they are?) bumpers before now. So how do you attach the front license plate?
There are two little dimples in the front bumper that line up with the top two holes in the license plate. Does one just drill those out and use a sheet metal type screws to hold the license plate?
What type of material is behind those dimples?
The license plate would extend down far enough that it would block some of the air flow to the components behind (? radiator, air conditioning evaporator, aux tranmission cooler, oil cooler w tow package?).
Checking the owner's manual and the service manual so far, I have not found any mention of attaching the front license plate.
I think (but am not sure) that California requires that the front license plate is displayed. I need to observe cars on the streets to see if it is present on most cars.
Thanks for any information that you can provide on this topic.
Ken in San Diego
2006 Chrysler T & C touring model 3.8 L