On drivers side use an extension with socket wrench and just remove entire fog light.On passenger side I removed cap off of back of foglight, reached in and swung back retaining clip holding bulb, and pulled wire out of connector and removed bulb. Assemble in reverse order, but it is hard to hold the connector wire in place to reattach wire- but it can be done, and pay attention to how retaining clip works when disassemble.
If active aero shield is removed you should be able to access fog light bulbs after removing active aero motor but I have never gone to that extreme.
You might also want to read how 3LC3KGT replaced his passenger side bulb by removing entire assembly using 1/4" drive socket set with extensions- might be easier for you since your dam is removed.
Let me know how it goes.
Im in the market for one of these.. and the only place ive found that has them is 3sx. and i hope they are cheaper somewhere else.
Im mainly interested in the one that says stealth, or twin turbo, perferably not the cut thru style.
Does anybody else remember the Pontiac Banshee? A 4 liter V8 from ’88 / ‘89. Was a promo car for the Firebird line. Man I loved this car design, No doors, just a glass sliding back to let you in. Man, until I saw the Stealth in '91, This car was my dream!
I have a couple of questions about the intake plenum spacer. I'm thinking about getting one from 3sx this fall, and I was wondering if it came with the gaskets, or if I had to get those seperate. I was also wondering if anyone that has one noticed any power gain?
Alright today i went out and started to seperate my transmission case, got all the bolts out and it won't pull apart any ideas on why it won't come apart i have it pulled apart a lil bit there is about a inch between one side and the other side. Anyone have any suggestions?
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