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Old 07-08-2006, 02:10 AM   #1
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i have a '96 bonneville SE and i want to do clear corners, i had the corner piece out the other day and couldnt figure out how to get the yellow reflector out of there. also after i do this do i need to put in yellow bulbs?.....thanks
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i have a '96 bonneville SE and i want to do clear corners, i had the corner piece out the other day and couldnt figure out how to get the yellow reflector out of there. also after i do this do i need to put in yellow bulbs?.....thanks
Well, yes, usually the yellow peice should just pop out, but 96+ might be different.... You're suppost to have that little refective amber peice, but to get less harrasment and still be somewhat "legal" put amber bulbs in. Check out eBay too, they have a set or 2 ont here usually for 92-95 and 96-99 bonnies. Much better quality and they still have a reflector in there lense, it'* just clear.

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whoa wait....i can just take the abmer part out? looking at mine it looked like it wouldn't come out, it looks like it is like actually inside the clear....and i am talking about behind the lense not in front
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If I recall, this is also a Techinfo article.
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i saw the pictures of those ones on ebay, how much do they cost?
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i was just wondering if anyone did this without buying a kit. if i take out the yellow reflectors and put in amber bulbs is it going to look right?, because i dont think that there is any reflecting part in the back of that light
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i was just wondering if anyone did this without buying a kit. if i take out the yellow reflectors and put in amber bulbs is it going to look right?, because i dont think that there is any reflecting part in the back of that light
why dont you just do it, and if you think it is ugly then buy the ebay ones
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i have 28k dial up and my computor is prehistoric so it is very hard for me to get on bonneville club let allone ebay, could you give me a rough estimate of what the clear ones cost, i appreciate it, thanks
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i have 28k dial up and my computor is prehistoric so it is very hard for me to get on bonneville club let allone ebay, could you give me a rough estimate of what the clear ones cost, i appreciate it, thanks
41 bucks that includes shipping
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