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taking headlights apart and tinting the orange marker.

Has anyone take the headlights apart and painted or tinted the orange releftor in the headlight. I know some people have painted the inside of the headlight but I was just wanting the orange thing gone. Any ideas?
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Preheat the oven to 350 and put your lights on a baking sheet to soften the glue and you can pry them apart? Or you can have the outside of the housing tinted or painted black.



My truck with top portion of the light tinted black.

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Be advised....its sometimes hard to get them to seal back up and you can end up with condensation inside....that sucks.

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Be advised....its sometimes hard to get them to seal back up and you can end up with condensation inside....that sucks.
Yeah thats what I was worried about.
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