read this topic:
read this topic too. It has a pic with the arrow off:
I accidentally pulled mine off the grille trying to remove a crappy looking silver overlay sticker so maybe you could get some 3M emblem tape (which is what I used to reattach and maybe you can too) and apply it to the face of the arrow, let it sit for a little bit and then try to pull the arrow off the grille. Otherwise you could "push" it out via that hole (see pic in 2nd linked topic) where the old line of adhesive is.
Very tidious razorblade work is required to scrape the old paint off the facets of the arrow but take your time and do it right unless you want little specs of red in there still. When you go to paint it be sure to completely mask off the face of the arrow so no overspray gets on it.
The reason I decided to use emblem tape as opposed to adhesive was because I was uncertain how a liquid adhesive would react with the relatively fresh paint. Just cut and place the emblem tape to cover the entire area, especially near the edges since that'* where most, if not all the contact between the arrow and grille takes place.
I'll be happy to answer more questions if/when you decide to do this! Good luck!
*Edit* - You asked about doing the grille too? It'* easy to do yourself too. Do a search on "silver grille" to get more info. I didn't take pics when I did mine, but the grille piece (below hood and between headlights) just unbolts. Mask the hell out of it and give it several coats of silver. Clearcoat after that would be recommended too. I didn't do it; I wish I would have though since I've had to do a couple tiny touch-ups.
You can't push it out from behind now that I looked at it. That hole doesn't go through
. I guess the tape and pull method will have to do!