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Question 2000 Mustang Tail Light Nut Size?

I am just wondering if anyone out there can help me with this. I just bought a chaser kit for my tail lights, but it's proven to be a real paint to remove the rear tail lights. I don't have any sockets deep enough to find out what size nuts are being used to hold the light assembly on, so I wanted to know if someone could point me in the right direction.

Pliers will work, but it's difficult to reach a few of the nuts (I tried). They are also stripping the nuts a bit. I'd really prefer getting a socket wrench set with deep sockets, or maybe just the 1 size that I need. If no one knows the exact size, can anyone atleast tell me if it's Metric or SAE. If worse comes to worse, I'll just buy a complete set. I'm sure I'll find use for the set sometime in the future. Thanks in advance to anyone that is able to help me.

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if no one knows the answer to ur question just try looking online for it or download a copy of a 2000 mustang FMS im sure every piece that was used to build your mustang is listed in there


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4,009 cc 4 liters V6 engine with 100.4 mm bore,84.4 mm stroke,9.7 compression ratio,overhead cam,Multi-point injection system,157 kW,210 HP SAE @ 5,300 rpm;240 ft lb,325 Nm @ 3,500 rpm,Immobilizer,Strut front suspension independent with stabilizer bar and coil springs, beam suspension rigid with coil springs
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i meant FSM
it stands for FACTORY SERVICE MANUAL

2007 Satin Silver Mustang
4,009 cc 4 liters V6 engine with 100.4 mm bore,84.4 mm stroke,9.7 compression ratio,overhead cam,Multi-point injection system,157 kW,210 HP SAE @ 5,300 rpm;240 ft lb,325 Nm @ 3,500 rpm,Immobilizer,Strut front suspension independent with stabilizer bar and coil springs, beam suspension rigid with coil springs
In other words, All Stock
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Thanks for replying. I actually posted this in another forum about 3 days ago and it still hasn't gotten a response. I guess I will do all my question asking in here from now on. Anyways, I decided to just put up the $15 bucks and buy a whole set. I was suprised it was so cheap (Walmart)! I went there for something else and decided to check out pricing. I couldn't resist it at that price. The set is both Metric and SAE and is made by Stanley. It'll work and that's all that matters. Still, I would have preferred buying a $3 piece online, but atleast I have these for future use (if I ever use them again). Thanks again and have a good weekend!
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