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      03-27-2006, 10:15 PM   #1
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DIY Brex White Ring

I get this from somewhere in this forum.

It was Japanese.

Before install!!! Disconnect your negative teminal to your battery.

1. Lift your car up.
2. Take your wheels out.
3. Unscrew some screws and nuts. (see pics)
4. Unscrew 2 screws on your ring bulbs.
5. Replace them.
6. Put everything back.
7. Done!!

So, enjoy!!
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      03-27-2006, 10:22 PM   #2
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Is it necessary to take off the wheel, im asking bc one thread for changing the fod lights said to unscrew 7 screws and i did it by taking off only 3
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Is it necessary to take off the wheel, im asking bc one thread for changing the fod lights said to unscrew 7 screws and i did it by taking off only 3
Than tell us how...
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Is it necessary to take off the wheel, im asking bc one thread for changing the fod lights said to unscrew 7 screws and i did it by taking off only 3
ahhaha it only took me 2 screw to put the foglights in. i did it today..
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right by the wheel right. just unscrew and pull the plastic back
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so wait u can do this w/o taking off the wheel + jacking? jw... cause i'm considering on rings if i can do it without the jack... thnx!
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the brex can not be done without removing the fender well plastic cover I suppose it might be possible to do without taking off the wheel but you will not be able to get any clearance to where you need to be and the brex are pretty deep down in there.. In this case it really works out a lot faster to just take the wheels off...
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