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Old 11-30-2010, 01:47 AM   #1
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Default 87-93 Mustang/99-04 Cervinis Stalker Fog Lights

It's my understanding that they are infact the same fog light. One of mine has burned out. I removed the light to try to open it but it looks like it's sealed tight from the factory, is it possible to open these fog lights and replace the bulb?
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Those smoked for lights from LMR look so niccccccce.

They're cheaper than the stock 99-04 fog lights, even better.
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It's my understanding that they are infact the same fog light. One of mine has burned out. I removed the light to try to open it but it looks like it's sealed tight from the factory, is it possible to open these fog lights and replace the bulb?
87-93 fog lights and blub replacement should all the same.

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Thanks, you da man.

Do you know what type of bulb?
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You'll need a H3-55W
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If you removed the fog lamp assembly you may want to re-aim your fog lights.

Aiming Fog Lights

Where the fog light bolts onto the car, there is a bracket that holds the fog light in place, if you loosen that nut from the back, the fog light can pivot up and down and a little bit left and right. Once you get it pointed where you want it, tighten it down
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I'm just thinking about getting a pure white bulb or something, the lenses are clear but the actual light was always a yellow hue. Doesn't look right with my Raxiom Angel Eyes.
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Let us know how that works out for you along with part number if you would.
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fog lights from '87-'93 are the same like the fog lights for the '99-'04 Cervinis Stalker Body Kit?
did i understand it right?? (i´m from germany and my english is not the best^^)

greethings form bavaria
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The Cervini's Stalker fog lights for the 99-04 are 5" round the 87-93 Stock GT fog lights are 4-1/2" round.
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