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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-18-2010 Thread Starter
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2010 Mustang running lights replacement

Has anyone done the replacement of the running lights on a 2010? I am guessing similiar to earlier models. OR at least how to access the area so you can replace the bulbs.

I am in Europe and have purchased a set of "white" running lights as the authorities dont like the red ones. I will insert yellow bulbs.

Any help will be appreciated.


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if they are as easy as the 05-09, you have nothing to worry abut, usually you just have to remove the splash guard for easy access

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You don't need to remove the splash guard...the lens pops right off with a small screwdriver, at least on the 05-09's. Check your Owner's Manual.
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