Front marker light delete
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Thread: Front marker light delete

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    Knapman is offline [OP]
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    I really want to fill in the front marker lights on my bumper cover but have never done this before. Was wondering what people would recommend to use? I was thinking a fiberglass resin repair kit from bondo and then it said to use bondo's body filler to fill in and low spots. Would you recommend this? Any tips and/or advice on removing the wiring or relocating it to possibly have side marker lights in the front fenders would be greatly appreciated as I haven't really had a chance to look at it yet as I still have my old bumper cover on.
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    Buy a plastic air welder from Harbor Freight and weld in a couple of pieces from your old fascia (bumper cover). Sand and paint.
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    Blasiri recommendation is a good one,
    I'd also recommend just using the side marker assembly and some fascia repair epoxy. Would elimate have to use two products(fiber and Bondo), many of the fascia repair epoxies can be sanded down and topcoated. Cheaper than an air welder most likely and zero skill required to use the tool, it's just glue.

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    I assume you're living somewhere where marker lights are not required for passing inspection?
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