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I have a 1999 F-350 and I have to replace all the clearance lights due to damage. I believe I have to drop the headliner to gain access...correct..thanks.

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No you should be able to get to the screws when you take off the lenses because the screw nuts are inserted into the cab and the wires are put threw a hole under the mount

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I have a 1999 F-350 and I have to replace all the clearance lights due to damage. I believe I have to drop the headliner to gain access....correct. Thanks.


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