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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-01-11, 07:28 AM Thread Starter
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1992 F150 - Passenger headlight trim removal

The passenger headlight cover has moisture under under it. I want to remove this trim to access the cover and dry up the moisture.
I opened the hood and removed two phillips screws which loosed the top of this trim but something is still holding the bottom portion in place.

How do I get this trim removed to access this cover with the moisture?

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Re: 1992 F150 - Passenger headlight trim removal

You then remove the grill. Two more screws. Then inside the fender wheel house there are more screws. There is a locking clip on the top right side of the headlight. It has to be removed. If you don't no what to look for it ain't coming out. Just remove the bulb and used compressed air to dry out the lens. The lens is leaking and cracked. If not fixed or changed the moisture will be back in a month. I have the same truck with moisture on the left side.
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Re: 1992 F150 - Passenger headlight trim removal

Just to add to chipset's advice , after taking out bulb we used a hairdryer .
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