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This is a discussion on running lights/blinker within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Do your running lights on the front have a orange lens or a clear lens w/ amber bulb? Mine has ...

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    running lights/blinker

    Do your running lights on the front have a orange lens or a clear lens w/ amber bulb? Mine has a clear lens and a half ass amber bulb i think, but i want it to light up bright orange, not white/clear... what is stock?

    Anyone have pics of theirs?

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    Here are mine, they come stock this way so someone must have changed yours at one point...

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    i bought mine used with the clear lens and amber bulbs... sooo those are aftermarket??? i didnt know they made them with orange lenses... where can i get some?

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    Really ? Cuz all of the T/As I see around here have the orange ? I would just go to a GM dealership I bet they have lenses that you could put in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98T/Aformula View Post
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    Here are mine, they come stock this way so someone must have changed yours at one point...
    (that is a clear lens with a amber bulb correct?)

    T/A's come stock with the clear lens and amber bulbs.... A orange lens = after market... Clear = stock

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    Yeah its a clear lens with orange bulb...FYI they are a bitch to change lol cuz I have had one go out on me before...

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    They aren't THAT hard to change... just jack it up high enough... And there are Three 10MM bolts on that black plastic piece under the car... and you can change it from there, just twist the bulb socket clockwise and it should come out the bottom... put the new bulb in (with bulb grease!) and just twist it back counter clockwise and bingo..

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    i guess i need to get some amber bulbs, b/c i hate the clear look

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    Mine are clear with amber bulb. Also, does anyone else think it looka kind of weird for the bottom to be empty? Does anyone sell grills or lights that fit down in that area?

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    I blacked out my whole front so it doesn't look that out of place...now I just need some bandit switches...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelmanLS1 View Post
    They aren't THAT hard to change... just jack it up high enough... And there are Three 10MM bolts on that black plastic piece under the car... and you can change it from there, just twist the bulb socket clockwise and it should come out the bottom... put the new bulb in (with bulb grease!) and just twist it back counter clockwise and bingo..
    eF that...reach throught the air inlet below the bulb, grab, twist and pull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by third_shift|studios View Post
    eF that...reach throught the air inlet below the bulb, grab, twist and pull.
    Just an FYI. This does not work for people with larger arms. It is an extremely tight fit. I have problems just fitting my hand through that hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike's TA View Post
    Just an FYI. This does not work for people with larger arms. It is an extremely tight fit. I have problems just fitting my hand through that hole.
    I got my little cousin to do it! Thats how it should be done.

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    yeah, I couldn't even get my hand through there! good idea though

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