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I have some clear front bumper turn signals on the way. And I am wondering what is involved in changing them. Do you have to take off the front bumper, remove the wheels/wheel wells? Is it something that cna be done pretty easy. Thanks in advance
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2006 Ford Mustang Redfire GT 5-Speed
Just turn your front wheels all the way in one direction, to the side you are working on...remove the two or three screws holding the fender liner to the fender, peel back the liner, and there it is....squeeze the yellow wing looking pins together, and pivot the lense out. Reverse to replace....
Oh, and great looking ride, including the new louvers.....
Yes, its pretty simple to do. You just have to pull to front half of the inner fender or wheel well and you will be able to removed them. Do a search, I believe someone did a wright-up about this that includes pictures!
Edit: man you guys are fast, logged in and nothing was here - typed message and two of you had already answered.
I understand the options of where to get them, I was just curious which one he decided to go with. I also wanted to see what the quality difference was between the stangmods clear turns and the ebay "euro" clear turns.
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