What model are you talking about? the T1/2s had body colored lights, the T3s had black, If yours car is silver theres no need to color them.
"The TE50 is the best high performance sedan Australia has ever produced"
Street machine Feb 2002
TE50T3 Remember the GTHO? well your getting close.
Motor mag Jan 2002
Wouldn't you love to say that about your car?You loosers
Doh! Donating members area, sorry mate, Ill cut and paste:
If you do want to pull them apart, i would use the same method as the headlights:
1. Pre heat oven to 100 degrees C.
2. Place light (on baking tray covered in gladbake) in oven for about 3 to 4 minutes
3. Pull lens away from the tail-light body
4. If 3 doesn't work, repeat 2 until 3 works.
As the Haynes manual would say, re-assembly is the reverse of disassembly
Once they are apart, give them a good clean and then spray them any colour you like and whack em back together again!
i have tinted the inside of the head lights on my eb by taking the glass part off and painting the some chrome parts black, now i want to do this to the clear indicators so they match the head light although i dont know how to take the front clear lens off the plastic light, should the oven trick work for this you think? or will it just melt the entire light??? hhmmmmm
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