Yes. Give it some time and it'll grow right back.
The r&r of this body component is relatively stratightforward. It involves really nothing more than finding all the clips, screws, and bolts and removing them. However, the detailed step-by-step instructions are quite lengthy and (in the manuals) are accompanied by several detailed photos. MUCH too lengthy to reproduce here and the Hayne's Manual is protected by copyright laws anyway. If you are mechanically deft you could tackle this yourself by following your intuition but I suggest that you either borrow a copy of the manual from your local library or purchase one. They are a great rsource for the DIY'er.