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Old 2nd May 2007
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ok so i finally had a weekend away from school and decided to take a look at taking out the orange. I had read somewhere that the orange lense can be removed through the bulb sockets. can someone please indulge me on how to do this, because i cant seem to figure out how to remove the front part nearest to the parking lights. thanks in advance yall.
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Step 1: Get a big screwdriver or some needle nose pliers.
Step 2: Break the hell out of the ugly orange with said tools.

Repeat Step 2 until bits are all small enough to be removed

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thanks. just needed the confirmation that i was doing it up to saab standards. i didnt want to gypsy rig it.
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take your time with it! it's very easy to scratch the inside of the lense or silver coating in the housing. remember to get chromed bulbs (blinks amber) to finish off the clear look.
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i found those methods next to impossible and i scratched my lense by trying them. The best way i found was to take the lense off the lights using plyers adn then just pop the orange off. then i just siliconed the cover and housing back together. Worked great
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