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05 Mustang Front Turn Signal Assembly Removal

Hey guys, I had been staring at my boring amber-colored factory turn signal lenses for some time now and I finally decided to go clear. Ordered up my lenses and they arrived today, just wondering for those who have already taken this plunge; exactly how do you get the old ones out and the new ones in? I haven't been out to look under the car yet and seeing as I have to go to work and wont get home until 11pm, I wont have a chance to look until tomorrow. Thanks a lot for any help.

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Need to access from the wheel wells so you'll need to pull the wheel well liners.

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For sure, taking the wheel well liners helps SOO much.

Other than that it is just a plastic tab you slip out.

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Is it hard to get the wheel well liners out or do you just yank them out once the wheel is off?

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Is it hard to get the wheel well liners out or do you just yank them out once the wheel is off?
Pull the wheel and unscrew the liner. May not even need to remove it fully as long as you can get to the front.

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Update!

I pulled the wheels off this morning and unscrewed the liners. I took off all the screws except the 2 on the top that are right next to each other. Very easy installation, took about an hour due to wheel removal and such. Pics in my gallery, enjoy!

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