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68 Grill Replacement

Problems with your Suspension, Chassis, or Brakes? Problems fitting your quarterl panel? Suspension problems? Fiberglass hood fitting problems? Steering problems? Here is where you'll find the answer.

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Texas_Road_Dawg_1968
Posted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 12:11 pm
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Hi there...I'm having trouble, thought I'd ask the guys who've been there before. I know how to get the grill out on my 68 Standard Coupe. What I'm not sure of is, can you get it out without cutting the wires to the turn signals. There's a rubber boot right behind the turn signal housing, but I can't figure out if it comes loose or what. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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Texas_Road_Dawg_1968 wrote:
Hi there...I'm having trouble, thought I'd ask the guys who've been there before. I know how to get the grill out on my 68 Standard Coupe. What I'm not sure of is, can you get it out without cutting the wires to the turn signals. There's a rubber boot right behind the turn signal housing, but I can't figure out if it comes loose or what. Any help would be appreciated.


There is a "pig tail" connector that plugs into the bulb socket. If you break it, a new socket and pig tail runs about $7.00, Part # C-2575-50 from NPD.
 


 

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