This is my second MOD on my baby. DISCLAIMER: this is a fairly simple mod but you will need to "damage" your main headlight casing......controlled damaging to be more exact. This means that it is a must to have a good pulse and skills with a dremmel tool. This said, let the carnage begin!
First off: youll need:
1 x dremmel tool with a small drill bit, the drill bit that cuts sideways, a
cutting disk bit, and a sanding drum bit.
1 x safety googles.
1 x patience.....better yet make it a double dose!
I strongly suggest that you remove the headlight pod assembly.....screw that just remove it!
Remove everything (including the bulbs) from the pod assembly. Take a deep breath, put on safety googles, pray, and drill a hole in the top left part of the pod (the black part), theres a knob there on each side. Look at the second and third pic. This knob (which is already removed in the pics) is provided to add a bulb. Proof....read the black part engravings. After the hole is drilled, use the side drilling bit to make the whole as big as possible. Dont worry for tidiness, the whole knob has to come off. Now that you have access to the inside of the knob, use the cutting disk bit to cut of the knob from the inside. Just go in a circle in the inside the closest to the base as possible. Once the knob is removed use the sanding bit to make a nice round finish. DON'T MAKE A WHOLE BIGGER THAT THE KNOB! This circumference is just perfect for the turnsignal holder! Repeat on right side.
As you might have noticed, you have quite a plastic mess by now. Here comes the fun part. Take a hose and flush all that plastic crap out of the pod. Completelly dry the pod before continuing and make sure all the plastic fillings are gone. Take down both your front turn signals and remove the wiring with the bulb and it's holder. The bulb holder snaps in perfectlly in the new hole! Just snap em in and plug em up....Viola! (4th and 5th pics)
You will need to get one of those collored bulbs to get the orange glow back, and im still working on getting a suitable cap or filler for the hole left behind were the turn signals used to be at. Enjoy.