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* * * * * * That's a lot of screws that need to be removed man :(. *[/b]
It's not bad, maybe 15 minutes to get it off. Hardest part is getting the dirty pop fasteners open the first time. Gentle, just a light twist with out pushing down.
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yeah, all the road grime and softened rubber from smokey burnouts :) is caked on that fender liner
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or you could not remove the bumper. you guys seem to think this is necessary. You do not need to remove the bumper to do this!
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atom44wat,

Could you explain how to change the headlights without removing the bumper??

thx... :)
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* * * * * Could you explain how to change the headlights without removing the bumper??[/b]
Yes, this I would like to see.
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* * * * * * or you could not remove the bumper. *you guys seem to think this is necessary. *You do not need to remove the bumper to do this![/b]

Yes, please do tell us how!!


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* * * * * * or you could not remove the bumper. *you guys seem to think this is necessary. *You do not need to remove the bumper to do this![/b]

Yes, please do tell us how!![/b][/quote]

tell us please
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Install an aftermarket HID kit into your Mazda 6. by Atom44Wat
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So to install the bulbs you just reach in there? You can't just take out the headlight assembly?
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you are right!
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