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Light mounting under head light is loose how do i tighten lights atatched to blinker light

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So you want to tighten your own front signal on an FL model with spot lights. You'll need to remove the turn signal from the mount below the spot lamp by taking out the 2 small allen head screws above the turn signal, 5/32 ball allen if remember correctly is the size. Then let the turn signal hang slightly by the wire. you need to modify a socket for this trick to work. You should have either a 9/16 or 5/8 deep well socket and cut the side out of the socket, now your socket simply slides over the wire to capture the nut on the end of spot lamp. Dont forget to aim the light at the same time your tightening it. Good luck and let me know how you do.

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