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Old 07-17-2007, 01:43 PM   #1
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hi i want to change my tail lights and trunk lights to the ssei style lights with the black pin striping across the lights.. and i need to no what year tail lights will fit my 95 se. ? and does it matter between the se and the ssei tail lights.? are they different in mounting and fitting?
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any 92-95 SSE/SSEi taillight will be a direct bolt on, many have done it.
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It should be noted that some of the years 92-93 IIRC had smaller studs on the tails and therefore you want to ensure you have the proper hardware (nuts) to mount them on the car.

it is possible to swap up to the 96-99 style lights as well if you swap the trunk lid and the trunk hinges.
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Ahem.....


http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=81769

One of those is a 95 SE. And the stud size is talked about in that topic.

I'll move this topic to Detailing and Appearance for you.
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if i swap the 96-99 style light and trunk with hinges.
will it be an easy dirrect bolt on to the old trunk hinge holes? or would i have to make new holes for the new hinges?
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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=81769

One of those is a 95 SE. And the stud size is talked about in that topic.

I'll move this topic to Detailing and Appearance for you.
i thought i did post this in detail and apperance?

anyway so all you are saying i have to do is take the nuts with what ever pair of tail lights i choose to take? and then add some washers i would believe? thats if the bolts are different than mine
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You posted it in Performance and Brainstorming.
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Randman and I helped Jimmyfloyd when he made the swap. It'* pretty straight forward to redo. Only thing he had was the car had the lamp monitor (SSE/SSEi) and I'm not sure if he ever hooked up all the lights. That coudl be circumvented easily though.
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You posted it in Performance and Brainstorming.
sorry i really thought i clicked on detail and apperance .. i will pay more attetion as to not type and click so fast..
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