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post #1 of 19 Old 12-28-2005, 11:54 PM Thread Starter
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Question Euro Install: Easiest Way to Re-install Inner Liner Under Headlight?

Does somebody have a tip or easiest way to re-install the inner black liner under the headlight? I've been trying to install these dang CA front signals for an hour and I can't get the dang inner liner back on. I don't know which side to line up first so if anybody has done this install please give me some tips...otherwise I'm gonna trailer this sucker over to my shop.

P.S. I wish there was a "how to install Flush signals" with pics on this site but there isn't yet. I would attempt to do one now, but I loaned my camera to a friend a couple weeks ago

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i dunno mang, i didnt remove those pieces to install mine, just remvoed the 3 screws holdin them on and poped em out.

do u have ur lowers removed and the mids?
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i dunno mang, i didnt remove those pieces to install mine, just remvoed the 3 screws holdin them on and poped em out.

do u have ur lowers removed and the mids?
Well, Good news is I finally got the dang liner back on, I just needed someone to hold it while I screwed the back part on cuz it kept movin'. Yes, I removed the mids, but not the lowers. I guess I didn't even need to remove the mids huh? Well, at least I know now for the other side . Thanks Zero
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yeah i just loosened the mids from the upper to give the the room the wedge em out
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I took off the mids and took out the three screws on the inner to take off my signals to the euros.

Also if you didn't see it in another post, pre screw in those back screws before installing to make it easier..
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Ok, guys when I took one of the allen head screws off of the inner panel, this thing fell out. i'm not sure what it is and I couldn't figure out where it went so I reinstalled everything and left it off. Can somebody tell me what this is and how important it is? Nothing like this fell off when I did the other side. It looks like it may have been extra padding between the panel and mids?
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You now have the piece used in this mod:
https://www.zx-10r.net/forum/showthread.php?t=15355

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"Also I found a bendable tab that wasnt being used when I installed my euros. It was completely straight and not holding anything so when I installed the euro's I removed it but held onto it. Well it came in handy cause in the next pic you can see how i used it to hold the harness out of the way. Looks factory!"

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see now i dont hae to take a pic of the tab
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That thing is supposed to hold your wires out of the way of something. I dunno what but I remember keeping all of my wires on one side it for some reason. It's been awhile since I had it apart, sorry.

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That thing is supposed to hold your wires out of the way of something. I dunno what but I remember keeping all of my wires on one side it for some reason. It's been awhile since I had it apart, sorry.


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