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..... and came back with just a mouthful of fur.

The deer ran off apparently uninjured. Kitty has a broken f
ront grill, growler and front camera. Insurance quote says ~$5500, including $2500 for the distance sensor for the ACC and emergency braking.
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This is what I found at jagaurparts.com (and similar sites).

Upper grille T4K5984 or T4K9863 (depends on VIN) $556.51
Ornament J9C5144 $585.69 (Seems a bit high since the one without ACC is only $98.58)
Distance Sensor T4A17568 $2419.90 (was this really damaged?)
Front camera bracket T4N23311 $41.39
Front camera T4K4171 $641.62
Bezel T4N23313 $41.85
Wire harness (if damaged) T4K7669 $276.67

Super glue would be cheaper. :)
 

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This is what I found at jagaurparts.com (and similar sites).

Upper grille T4K5984 or T4K9863 (depends on VIN) $556.51
Ornament J9C5144 $585.69 (Seems a bit high since the one without ACC is only $98.58)
Distance Sensor T4A17568 $2419.90 (was this really damaged?)
Front camera bracket T4N23311 $41.39
Front camera T4K4171 $641.62
Bezel T4N23313 $41.85
Wire harness (if damaged) T4K7669 $276.67

Super glue would be cheaper. :)
That seems about right. The growler (ornament) seemed to take the full impact. Just thankful for no bodywork/headlight damage or worse.

Agreed, superglue would be cheaper, but it wouldn't fix the emergency braking or the ACC.
 

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If the grille wasn't pushed back, then just replacement of the ornament may be all that is required to restore the emergency braking and ACC. A broken ornament distorts/interferes with the radar of the distance sensor, just as it getting covered up with dirt or snow. I think I'd have it checked for fault codes and see what that lists before going to the cost of the sensor replacement,

A deer did damage to my old Disco once and the body shop ordered a bunch of parts and insurance paid the bill. Then they found they didn't need all the parts so I got to keep the spares since my insurance had already paid for them. The deer was not so lucky. It did not survive being run over by front right wheel, rear right wheel and a final whacking by the car dolly I was towing. I didn't get to see it. The chap following behind me came running up, asked if I wanted the deer, I said no, and he vanished with the deer before I was done surveying the damage to the Disco.
 

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If the grille wasn't pushed back, then just replacement of the ornament may be all that is required to restore the emergency braking and ACC. A broken ornament distorts/interferes with the radar of the distance sensor, just as it getting covered up with dirt or snow. I think I'd have it checked for fault codes and see what that lists before going to the cost of the sensor replacement,

A deer did damage to my old Disco once and the body shop ordered a bunch of parts and insurance paid the bill. Then they found they didn't need all the parts so I got to keep the spares since my insurance had already paid for them. The deer was not so lucky. It did not survive being run over by front right wheel, rear right wheel and a final whacking by the car dolly I was towing. I didn't get to see it. The chap following behind me came running up, asked if I wanted the deer, I said no, and he vanished with the deer before I was done surveying the damage to the Disco.
Unfortunately the grill was snapped in two horizontally - not easy to see in the photos. I suspect the insurance quote may prove higher than reality, but the alternative is take it all apart, test each component and then order the parts. This leads to kitty being off the road a few weeks waiting for parts, rather than an estimated 2day job.
 

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This is what I found at jagaurparts.com (and similar sites).

Upper grille T4K5984 or T4K9863 (depends on VIN) $556.51
Ornament J9C5144 $585.69 (Seems a bit high since the one without ACC is only $98.58)
Distance Sensor T4A17568 $2419.90 (was this really damaged?)
Front camera bracket T4N23311 $41.39
Front camera T4K4171 $641.62
Bezel T4N23313 $41.85
Wire harness (if damaged) T4K7669 $276.67

Super glue would be cheaper. :)
Ayepace,

I had a look at the parts listing and I realized I can get the grill surround in gloss black (T4A18492) to replace my "chrome" one instead of wrapping it in vinyl, which is cool in theory but it turns out is a huge hassle in practice.

Are there stepwise instructions to replace this part that you would be able to kindly share?

much appreciated.
 

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Removing the front bumper skin:
  • Remove/reposition the under bonnet trim panels around the storage box
  • Remove 10 screws and a clip along the edge of top of the bumper skin in the frunk opening
  • Lift and safely support the front of the car
  • Remove 3 bolts and 2 clips in the front section of the wheel arch liner and release it on both sides
  • On the right side, disconnect 3 the exposed electrical connectors and a clip
  • Clamp headlight washer fluid hoses to minimize fluid loss
  • Disconnect washer hoses
  • Remove 3 screws at front of underneath shield
  • Remove 2 bolts that attach the skin to fender/wing in the upper wheel well area (each side)
  • Remove 1 screw at the lower end of the wheel well area (each side)
  • Release two clips (1 each side) at the top of the bumper skin in each wheel well
  • With assistance pull the skin off forward


Assembly is the reverse of removal.
 
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