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Old 02-08-2005, 06:36 PM   #11
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yes, that is a block heater please tell me your kidding lol
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is that an engine block heater?
Duh.
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Just a question, how did you remove the headlight assembly? Wasn't the air filter on the way? How about the fog lights?
92-95 headlight assemblies remove in 30 seconds with 2 thumbscrews each
What about the 1996-1999 models? I looked at the book of instructions and the lady in the picture made it look like they were easy to remove. But when I opened the hood, things looked different. I don't know how I am going to get my hand under there. I didn't actually do anything but I just looked around. But I have to act quickly, because my right corner is burned out.
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96-99 corners are REALLY easy to remove IF you pull in the correct direction.

push the one plastic prong with the lip off what it catches on and the plastic out from under the screw. The pull straight forward (parallell with the car). The slide right out. Like 20 seconds.

Once they are out the whole HL assembly comes out really easy.
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Old 02-09-2005, 08:36 AM   #15
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Is your car a hybrid or something?
You don't plug in hybrids



... I'll see if this look will grow on me. *This* shade of red + these corners? I dunno. Maybe not for me.
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I mighta kept the corners with the gold wheels, but it'* good.
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Looks good Matt. That'* a nice clean 1993.
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i wish i had a engine hearter, thats cool!
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Is your car a hybrid or something?

Those corners look sweet now!
OMG! what a question!!!!
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i wish i had a engine hearter, thats cool!
haha, it'* funny to think that this isn't the norm. Considering every car I've ever seen has one, but you guys mostly don't need them it seems...
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