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Manual headlight operation cover

This is a discussion on Manual headlight operation cover within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Simple question. I had to take the rubber cover off to manually raise my headlights. Now that I'm done i ...

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    Manual headlight operation cover

    Simple question. I had to take the rubber cover off to manually raise my headlights. Now that I'm done i am unable to get the cover to go back on.

    Is there an easier way to get it to go back on or is it okay if i just leave it off?

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    Just put it in a box, and hand to the next owner when you get rid of the car. Seriously, This is on the list of things you can remove from your car and never notice. Like the black plastic under your seats that covers the seat frame rail. I know, you can't actually see this black plastic cover, but if you were to remove the seats, you would feel better if you could see it then. LMAO

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