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It's all very straight forward and does not take long at all
To speed up the drying time I used the sweater rack in my front load dryer and turned it on for an hour at no heat.. worked like a charm
2. I was having issues with water forming in one of my fog lights so the dealer replaced it for free, too bad they replaced the HOEN bulb I had put in with stock... so for the last few months I've had a white and yellow fog light. Needless to say I haven't had my fogs on at all. While the bumper is off it's so easy to swap out your fogs that having a DIY would consist of 1/4 turning the old ones out, 1/4 turning the new ones in. Make sure they are seated all the way around to ensure no moisture get's in. As you can see from the pics below, there is a vent that needs to be pointing down to assure moisture can get out but not back in
In one of the pics you'll see a little friend I found pressed up against one of my Hymee oil screens, I'm sorry to say he did not survive his ride
Some might look at this and say "Laythor, you *******, this isnt really a DIY. I would disagree. This is a DIY about how taking an hour of your time can bring you closer to your car and actually clean up and improve some things along the way. It's also here to show some people exactly how easy it is to remove the bumper... total time to remove was 5 minutes, it really is that simple.
pic 1 = My filter taking it's first of three baths