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12-23-2012 05:19 PM
02fordsvt Agreed on the salvage yard. You can pick up a good set of chrome or grey housing lights, break them open, and put your SVT black housings inside.
12-23-2012 03:13 PM
sam fisher Same here lol , and theres a guy with like 50 wrecked foci only about 5 miles from me ..... I gotta get on the ball

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12-23-2012 03:09 PM
04ZTSJelf I've been trying to go to a local yard for a while now, just havn't. REEEEAAAALLLLYYYY want to.
12-23-2012 02:58 PM
sam fisher Junkyard trip will save some monies

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12-23-2012 02:28 PM
04ZTSJelf Lol. Left works flawlessly, just needs new clear part. Right side probably needs replaced. Depending on price I might just get some good SVT ones. Havn't seen just the clear bit, so I will probably just have to get the full enchilada.
12-23-2012 02:18 PM
sam fisher You might wanna just grab a new set lol , that seems like one problem too many .

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12-23-2012 02:07 PM
04ZTSJelf
Headlight question

I figure it is, but I have to ask, is the clear bit (covering, I guess) of the headlight housing replacable, and where would I find a pair? I think I have the black housing SVT ones on my car but I can't tell because the clear isn't very clear. I did a headlight resto on it and it helped a little, but alot of it is on the inside, and one has a very small crack (I presume a rock hit it?). It looks black on the inside, but it could just be so dark. Also, my right headlight just shines a straight beam alittle above the left (which does the proper lighting). It was like that when I got it. tried to adjust it, which has no effect, then switched bulbs, which had no effect. I figure it isn't supposed to do that so does anyone know whats up with it?
Thanks for any help.

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