Borrowed (stolen) from Mustangworld.com:
Installation: You will need to remove the inner liner inside the trunk to access the tail lamps, as ford, probably for soundproofing reasons, isolated the tail lights from the rest of the car. There are two plastic “nuts” per side which need to be removed to allow you to reach inside and remove the four brass colored nuts per side. Each nut has a rubbery substance applied to the edge of the nut, probaby for sound/water proofing. After the four nuts are removed, disconnet the black electrical connector, then pull the lamp assembly loose, and work the rubber grommet out of the car.
<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: groovy on 2001-11-12 11:56 ]</font>
Nasty it works great, well worth the 99 bucks
I don't see why anyone would want to spend more on the other kits. Easy install though the photocopyed instruction booklet sucks, but you can print them from there web site to see if want to tackle the job. :grin:
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