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Old 6th June 2006, 09:09   #1
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CLEAR TURN SIGNALS
The main tools you need are as follows. 10MM socket, hammer, blow torch, a filler rod or any wire that wont melt eaisly with the heat from the torch,




First take off the top two screws from the bumper.




Second take off the three bolts for the lights. the top one is easy. the two on the bottom I have reached from the bottom of the car and the one closest to the middle of the car is reached by sqeezing your arm through the top of the bumper.
Third remove the light and to do so you have to play around with it a little but the bumper should flex enough to let you get it out.




Fourth take the wire and heat it up then put it inside the light and melt holes through the orange lense. BE CARFEFUL if you go in too far you will melt the clear lense. That happend to me once real bad and two other times as well on a brand new light that I got. The lights are 240.00 american
so being careful is important. Make the holes close enough were the lense isnt too weak but strong enough to not break. Make the holes in lines.




5th take a screwdriver or something similar and put it in the light. Dont worry about damaging the hole for the light since there is no way to not damage it. just be careful and it wont be too bad. Now take the hammer and hit the screwdriver until the lense pops out of place.




6th here is were the holes come in now you can melt the plactic all the way by melting all the holes together.




7th take out the pieces of lense and your done.




put them back in and your work is done.
Each light will take an average of about 1 to 2 hours

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Source http://www.cardomain.com/ride/1683594
Page no.5,hope this helps.
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