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Sep 25, 10:56am - #284279 
need help quick

how do you remove these in red. I turn it just spins there is nothing to grip on the other side.

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Sep 25, 10:58am - #284280 
there's something to grip... you need to hold the other side with a pair of pliers if you cant just get them off.

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Sep 25, 11:00am - #284281 
the other side is flat circles.


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Sep 25, 11:02am - #284282 
yeah


... use pliers to grip em...

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Sep 25, 11:03am - #284283 
okay Ill give it a try thumbsup


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Sep 25, 11:29am - #284284 
use some wd-40 and spray on the bottom, let it soke in and turn them..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Sep 25, 11:31am - #284285 
Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
use some wd-40 and spray on the bottom, let it soke in and turn them..

I did that an hour ago spraying continuously nothing. I tryed every type of pliers what kind do you use? confused


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Sep 25, 11:38am - #284286 
well mine came out pretty easy..i use the 10mm wrecher or watevr you call it, and turn left and it alway came out..on the plier, i would use the kind that you can lock when you grib the end real hard, those work best..make sure u're turning Left rather then right..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Sep 25, 12:03pm - #284287 
looks like my fog lights are going to have to wait for another day. cry cry


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Sep 25, 3:22pm - #284288 
okay I never gave up on it, I found a pair of vice grips and they worked, Got my lights installed. It was pretty tricky getting into those tight spots. thumbsup thumbsup grin grin


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