Ask the dealer to do it for you. Unless you asked for the sticker or it was in the contract or part of the bill of sale they had no right to put it on YOUR Jeep in the first place. That's if you're feeling curmudgeony though.
LOL - take it back to the dealer and tell them they need to remove all dealer advertising off your truck. If they want you to advertise for them, they should pay you a monthly stipend. That's what I did for my Miata, they never said a single word about it. My Jeep had no advertising.
Heat gun or blow dryer. Metal putty knife (plastic ones will melt with the heat gun)
DO NOT use the razor blade. While it will work if you don't do it just right you'll take the paint with it.
I've removed and installed decals on jeeps, trucks, semi's, and motor coaches.
dont use a heat gun for something so simple...you could really mess up your paintg. listen to the folks mentioning the hair dryer. heat with that then just peel off, it will come in a jiffy. then goo gone for cleanup. best way.
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