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Joey-moded mine .

Started to de-chrome the thing.



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De chrome what? I see a chrome bumper and grill?

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Looks like the headlight to me.
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Joey is the *first* guy to do this with his vw headlights ...

Thanks jetty.

Anyway, tools needed ( you may not need the extensions, but they make it easy-er. ) :
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Waaaaaayy to many fastners, just to get the headlights out.
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Are those snap ring pliers??

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Negative, they are trunk carpet fastner pliars... they make super-fast "work" of the easy part, that way you dont get too frustraded ( scratching, stabing, breaking ) BEFORE you even get to the hard part.

Pic of the hard, of fun if you a mashocist part, two 10mm bolts holding the under headlight/upper bumper trim in place. You can kinda see the blury onr, then his buddy is a little higher. ( also 2 gide pins )
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Negative, they are trunk carpet fastner pliars... they make super-fast "work" of the easy part, that way you dont get too frustraded ( scratching, stabing, breaking ) BEFORE you even get to the hard part.

Pic of the hard, of fun if you a mashocist part, two 10mm bolts holding the under headlight/upper bumper trim in place. You can kinda see the blury onr, then his buddy is a little higher. ( also 2 gide pins )
Cool, never used trunk carpet pliers

I hate getting to those bolts behind the fender liner. I found its easiest to take out the fender liners, then you can run your wiring more easily too.

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Cool, never used trunk carpet pliers

I hate getting to those bolts behind the fender liner. I found its easiest to take out the fender liners, then you can run your wiring more easily too.
I used that 10mm 1/4 in drive swivel-socket on a 10in ext. with the 1/4in. scewdriver/ratchet. Worked ok, didnt even have to turn the wheel ...

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i like it. wouldnt mind doing this to my sentra if they werent already tinted lol
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