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Does anyone have complete instructions on how to install the clear side markers, possibly with pictures? I have instructions on how to remove the covering but would like to see how the rest is done.
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Let's be serious here. You do not need instructions. Once you take the bumper off (or if you peel back the fender liner) you will realize how easy and uncomplicated installing clear side markers really is.
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damn dude . read tha post where you bought them from there tons of info in there on doing this ..................

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my bad im assuming that you have these already , sorry . there are a couple of ways to do this . read the group buy post

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damn dude . read tha post where you bought them from there tons of info in there on doing this ..................

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my bad im assuming that you have these already , sorry . there are a couple of ways to do this . read the group buy post
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Ok, but all I needed was a little reassurance whether they were easy to install or not. The critism doesn't help.
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Ok, but all I needed was a little reassurance whether they were easy to install or not. The critism doesn't help.
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Yea you have to watch it on here zmzm, some people on here are a$$holes and think that everybody has already performed tons of mods on cars before, not taking into account that you might know very little about cars like I do. Dont mind them, you can usually find any information you are looking for by searching using My Assistant, just type in the keywords there. Hope I helped!

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LOL... bombarded !!!

Well, the easiest way is to go with a flat head screwdriver, and stuck it at the rear end of the sidemarkers.... then pry it out, but remember, use a towel behind that screwdriver to prevent your paint got chipped by the screwdriver...

Also, stuck the screwdriver as deep as you can, or else, you'll open up the sidemarker...

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Well, the easiest way is to go with a flat head screwdriver, and stuck it at the rear end of the sidemarkers.... then pry it out, but remember, use a towel behind that screwdriver to prevent your paint got chipped by the screwdriver...

Also, stuck the screwdriver as deep as you can, or else, you'll open up the sidemarker...
Yeah ... just like this ... stick the screwdriver in and push forward (towards the front of the bumper)
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A pair of needle nose pliers makes it significantly easier. I used a pair I got at harbor freight for about 2 dollars. Just take off the bottom fenderwell guard (4 screws), look up, slide the needle nose pliers in, grab the tab. Da da! Simple and easy.





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Originally posted by Steel6S@May 3 2005, 05:28 PM
Yea you have to watch it on here zmzm, some people on here are a$$holes and think that everybody has already performed tons of mods on cars before, not taking into account that you might know very little about cars like I do. Dont mind them, you can usually find any information you are looking for by searching using My Assistant, just type in the keywords there. Hope I helped!
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gotto remember not to asnwer any of your posts , that way i can be a real asshole ,

if you dont now much about modding cars , there is a newbie section .

http://forum.mazda6club.com/index.ph...c=29342&st=160

all the info he needed is in that huge post , which im sure hes seen and hes probably gonna buy it from . the install was covered in many ways . with the bumper on , with the bumper off , under the bumper , through the wheel well , what clip to move , wich direction to move it . you name it

all i originally was saying read the post , all the info is clearly there . no need to post for a subject thats already covered .

if that makes me an asshole , im an asshole then

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