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#1 Stueeyb

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Posted 19 February 2010 - 12:37 PM

Hi i was just wondering if anybody knew how to remove the front indicator lenses situated in the front bumper of the MK1 focus, there seems to have been some plastic surrounding a screw that has been removed but there isnt no actually nut/ screw to loosen and remove, any ideas?

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#2 artscot79

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Posted 19 February 2010 - 03:15 PM

Hi i was just wondering if anybody knew how to remove the front indicator lenses situated in the front bumper of the MK1 focus, there seems to have been some plastic surrounding a screw that has been removed but there isnt no actually nut/ screw to loosen and remove, any ideas?


that plastic was the screw head yep the screw heads are plastic so its bust off only way to do it now is take a flat head screwdriver and put it in between the light and bumper where the screw sits and pop it out with it out theres a small plastic clip that will be attatched to the screw ytou can remove that carefully with plyers and the screw will fall free now youll need a screwe to replace the one you removed any screw will do provided its big enough to fit into the clip the clip simply pops back into a square hole on the bumper

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Posted 19 February 2010 - 09:57 PM

when i bought my clear indicators they came with clear "plastic" screws... so that would save you alot of hassle finding a screw that fits ;-)


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