Just discovered that I damaged the passenger side fog light cover...
Probably from trying to park into snow-banked parking spot during snow days. To fix, I am going to remove the front bumper when the weather is a bit warmer... I may decide to install the fog light. Let's hope the tapping screw did not come loose. If it did, then I am just going to super glue cover and forget the fog light replacement.
Weather was good, so I removed the front bumper. I put the car on jack stand and removed the wheels since I had electric impact wrench and I also wanted to use the power tools to remove the screws.
As expected, salts everywhere, even though I washed the car from outside using power spray. I washed off the salt and applied dielectric grease on the ground connectors at the right upper corner.
What the frontr looks-alike without the bumper
The inside the bumper. AND DON'T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE I MADE. Get a soft material that is as long as the entire length of the bumper to rest the bumper on. I only used a small cardboard to set the bumper and I actually scratched the bumper a bit due to dirt/grime on top of the cardboard.
The damaged area from when trying to park into a snow-banked parking space
I fixed it using hot water (actually boiling water) to soften the plastic. (poured inside, not on the paint side) then used my hands to reshape the soft plastic and while holding the shaped asked a helper to pour ice cold water around the area. Voila - it's fixed!
Still debating on if I should install fog light or not...