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Old 09-06-2013, 01:04 PM   #1
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Removing side markers

Greetings all! I looking to smoke out my front and rear side markers and I'm not entirely sure on how to remove the rear ones. Please advise?
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Greetings all! I looking to smoke out my front and rear side markers and I'm not entirely sure on how to remove the rear ones. Please advise?
It is a little sketchy. You basically pry from the rear part of the lens if I recall using something that won't scratch your paint. Nylon pick tool, screwdriver wrapped in microfiber... Just be gentle.

The manual (the thing no one ever reads) tells you which direction to pry from.
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It is a little sketchy. You basically pry from the rear part of the lens of I recall using something that won't scratch your paint. Nylon pick tool, screwdriver wrapped in microfiber... Just be gentle.

The manual (the thing no one ever reads) tells you which direction to pry from.
I read it lol.
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It is a little sketchy. You basically pry from the rear part of the lens of I recall using something that won't scratch your paint. Nylon pick tool, screwdriver wrapped in microfiber... Just be gentle.

The manual (the thing no one ever reads) tells you which direction to pry from.
It also helps if you guys download the manual in PDF from ford's side. Fully keyword searchable on mobile phones... Comes in handy.
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