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How do you remove the chrome trim around the headlight assembly located on a 1995 Ford F-250?

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2011-09-13 06:20:29
2011-09-13 06:20:29

If it is a diesel, remove the battery on the side you need to get to. Then unscrew the 2 Phillips head screws on the top on that side, and then below the battery mount there will be 2 7/16" bolts below the headlight assembly, remove those and the assembly should come out.

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