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Old 06-12-2003, 06:05 PM   #11
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Uhhhhh, yup they blink! ITs the turn signals that have the clear lens with amber bulb, and the side marker has the clear bulb with the amber reflector. that amber reflector is the one we're after. And yes, in MD the turn signals AND side maarkers HAVE to be amber. you can have 2 small clear lights only below the side molding. they called it somehting specific....

Russsianpolarbear, check what Mista SSE said, he gots the same year as you so it might be a little different. also the original tech info says something about removing a gasket, i didnt have one of those. and GOOD LUCK!!
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those are very nice instructions im kinda afraid to attempt this as its my first mod, i dont want to break the lenses, and i dont think i have a dremel tool ill have to look...but is it possible to do it w/o a dremel? jus curious thanks
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Thanks MuslimSteel.
hmmmmm, i havent really thought about it. what ever you use it needs to be nimble & deilcate so you dont butcher it.
The Dremel is the perfect tool for it!
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I believe the clear corner was first done on an 88 LE by Timsm00th, not sure tho, it would be nice to have a comprehensive list of all models for any mods in techinfo
He did them first and I copied hs ideas
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for us 96-99 people, here is a link to some instructions and pictures...
http://99bonny.tripod.com/mods.html

The site also has instructions for the Blazertech fog lights, Ram Air usng dryer ducting, and for installing dual heated seats. I got the link from a long ago post on here, I have a nice collection of bookmarks on how to do stuff by now...
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