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I have M6i 2004 and doesn't have a mount for Foglight next to low beam light which is shown on the picture that I attached.

Where can I get this mount? (beside Mazda dealer)
And how to install it?

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Here is a little info for you, I put fogs in non-intergrated headlights.

Non intergrated fogs

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Originally posted by FICHSTIX@Nov 16 2005, 12:14 AM
Here is a little info for you, I put fogs in non-intergrated headlights.

Non intergrated fogs
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In the forum you addressed above, you mentioned "$200.00 is what it cost to put fogs in head light".
Does that mean if I pay $200, I can get the foglight and get install by them?

This question might be idiot, but let me excuse because I&#39;m not native speaker.
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Originally posted by teppei@Nov 15 2005, 07:31 PM
In the forum you addressed above, you mentioned "$200.00 is what it cost to put fogs in head light".
Does that mean if I pay $200, I can get the foglight and get install by them?

This question might be idiot, but let me excuse because I&#39;m not native speaker.
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$200.00 was a quote from Sabrina a sponsor here Showcase Mazda, she said she was able to get them awhile back. Not sure if she can get them now.

The dealer will not open the headlights, you will have to install the fogs yourself. Its not hard at all. I didn&#39;t want to pay $200.00 for fogs so I purchased a pair for $75.00.

Everything is in the headlight, the bracket, the screws and the plug. An hours time and a few $$&#39;s for intergrated fogs.

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Originally posted by FICHSTIX@Nov 16 2005, 01:11 AM
$200.00 was a quote from Sabrina a sponsor here Showcase Mazda, she said she was able to get them awhile back. Not sure if she can get them now.

The dealer will not open the headlights, you will have to install the fogs yourself. Its not hard at all. I didn&#39;t want to pay $200.00 for fogs so I purchased a pair for $75.00.

Everything is in the headlight, the bracket, the screws and the plug. An hours time and a few $$&#39;s for intergrated fogs.
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Thanks.

When I install the bracket, I need to remove the Front Bumper and Head light Assembly, right?
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Thanks.

When I install the bracket, I need to remove the Front Bumper and Head light Assembly, right?
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When you install the fogs, you have to remove the bumper and remove the headlights.

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Here is a little "How to open the headlight" (Written by Falcon)

Tools you will need: Ratchet and 13mm socket with 6 inch extension for bumper and lamp removal. Philips screw driver, needlenose pliers, flathead screwdriver, TORX 20 bit, silicon glue (called aquarium glue at home depot), toothpicks, scotch or masking tape.

1. Remove bumper and headlamps.
2. Remove lattice from headlamps as well as all other removeable parts.
3. Remove the 8 little metal clips that help hold the two pieces together.
4. Pre-heat your oven to 200 degrees.
5. Place the lamp on a cookie sheet and place it in the oven 300degrees for 6 minutes.
6. Pull it out using some gloves or towels. It wont be terribly hot, but a little too hot to grab with your bare hands.
7. Use a flathead screwdriver to pry the two pieces apart. A good place to do this is near the top corner. Once you get it started, you can just pull it the rest of the way apart with your hands (still using gloves, towels).
8. While the silicon is still gooey, clean it up. use something hard and plastic (not metal to avoid scratching) to scrape away all of the excess silicon. I also used the flathead screw driver to scrape the excess silicon from the groove in the back side so that it would fit back together easier later.
9. The chrome bezel is held inside the lense by a couple normal screws and a few TORX 20 screws as well as a metal plate. You can remove the metal plate by pulling back the little metal tabs with the needlenose pliers.

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hey teppei, you wouldnt know teppei teranishi from Thrice would you? cuz thats effin cool you guys have the same name.


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hey teppei, you wouldnt know teppei teranishi from Thrice would you? cuz thats effin cool you guys have the same name.
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I didn&#39;t know about the band "Thrice", but maybe it&#39;s good to have same name.
I usually don&#39;t hear my name around cus it&#39;s rear...

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