1990 190e 2.6 Radiator Replacement issues

1990 190e 2.6 Radiator Replacement issues
The upper neck broke off the radiator, I'm working on the removal for replacement. I've got the new radiator, hoses, and thermostat on
hand.
The last items I have to remove to free the radiator are 2) 6mm (10mm hex) capscrews at the bottom front of the radiator that secure the air conditioning condenser to the radiator. The assembly is still stuck to the car by the AC lines, which I do not want to disturb.
Do I have to remove the bumper fascia to get access to those 2 capscrews?
How is the bumper fascia removed?
I went to my local parts store an hour ago and struck out on finding a manual for the car.
Thanks for helping,
Mark
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I wound up removing the license plate holder and temp sender then the bumper assembly. You hve to remove the plastic cover for the horn on the right side. The nuts for the bumper bolts are easily accessible. It makes everything a lot easier to just remove the bumper. Peter

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