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anyone knows which auto body shop is good ?? or should i go to Nissan? I would like someone to provide me some information about their previous installation of fog

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Old 06-07-2010, 02:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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anyone knows which auto body shop is good ?? or should i go to Nissan?

I would like someone to provide me some information about their previous installation of fog light.

Thank you!
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DIY:REAR Fog Light install with New harness for US spec 370Z + Radar hardwire w/pics

DIY: of complete FOG LAMP install

It's pretty easy. You can DIY
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Hard part is removing the two nuts. I just bust out the dummy lens and drilled the bracket out from the front.
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anyone knows which auto body shop is good ?? or should i go to Nissan?

I would like someone to provide me some information about their previous installation of fog light.

Thank you!
I hear nothing but good things (from Spec Jay) about Bremerton Nissan. Do a search and send him a PM.
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Hard part is removing the two nuts. I just bust out the dummy lens and drilled the bracket out from the front.
All you have to do is cut a slit in the stud and keep it still with a flathead while you wrench the nut. Quite simple and I posted pics in the DIY thread.
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