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update on the fog light improvements...
So I redid all female ends today, but now the left foglight won't work because the ground came loose...
how did your dwi turn out?
FYI, #8 or #6 screws and clips will work.
Also, the female spade connectors are .110 in size, not .187. Auto parts stores only had the .187...
I have several parts I need to complete and improve my somewhat ghetto foglight install.
I need 2 additional clips (the metal ones that slide...
Well, I got it and sealed them and they are in.
Now I have several parts I need to complete and improve my somewhat ghetto foglight install....
They were out because the grounds were lose. I need to redo the connector female spade connector ends of the wires. They are rusted...
Actually, I didn't have to worry about getting the housings out. The kit from mustang tuning came with brackets as well. :nice:
So I got to work today and noticed that both lights are now out. They worked last night and this morning most of the way in (I could see them...
way too much money.
I'm talking bulbs here.
Anyway, the install is done, and they look GREAT! I'll get pics tomorrow.
I sealed them up with silicone last night. Now about to go give the install a try. Wish me luck.
Also, I'm starting to doubt my silverstar...
Where did you get the silicon sealer? Any auto parts store?
Where did you get the silicon sealer?
Do you mean they took the actual housing, lens and all, or just the bulb? If they just took the bulb, you could order just that and re-terminate...
I was contemplating just letting the shop do mine when I have it in for a free oil change they gave me. Just to save some time on what could...
I got these from mustangtuning.com.
Any advice on removing the brackets and getting the old housings out?
I wouldn't have to worry about them melting in their would i?
where can I get the silicon to seal it?
so with bulbs:
and replacement foglight...
No problems with leaking/melting?