Written By Joncav
NO PICTURES GUYS IM SORRY..ATLEAST NOT NOW I DONT HAVE MY CAMERA WITH ME (i no i no lol):
This literally took me 15 minutes to do minutes taking the headlight off the car
Take headlights off the car.
Remove the 3 Rubber Covers and the rubber grommit that is located around the main bulb
Place them on a baking pan covered with a cloth
Pre-Heat Your Stove to 210F
Put it the oven and leave for 10 minutes.
Immediatly pry the headlight from the sides trying not to the let the glue cool back down
When prying with a screwdriver the glue will get all over it just as a heads up
Once the headlight is open use a screwdriver to remove the two screws at the bottom of the plastic front cover
The (chrome) piece should come off easily
Buy a flat black paint such as Krylon and a decent clear coat
Spray the pieces with about 2 coats of paint and how ever many clear coats. When I spary the clear down i can go for as long as i like.
Let it dry for a couple of hours-I would recommend 5-6
Do this preferably on a Sunday lol
Replace the two screws forthe newly sprayed piece back onto the faceplace..
Remove all excess glue from before..DONT TRY TO REUSE THE GLUE!
Go out and buy a really good epoxy or use OEM glue..(WILL HAVE THIS UP AT A LATER TIME)
Let te glue dry while having the headlight clamped together to make sure the glue holds and there are no breaks/leaks
CLEARING THE CORNER:
Take a small flathead and just push it up from the bottom
Should come up fairly easy just becareful and take your time
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