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rock must have hit it. can i just buy the lens? dont need the whole assembly.
 

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rock must have hit it. can i just buy the lens? dont need the whole assembly.
I have a set of the Trendgear 2010 fog lights[clear] for the coupe that I couldn't use on my 2012[I found out the hard way]. They're the exact shape and size as the OEMs. You're welcome to have them free, just pay the postage, probably about 15.00.

If interested, email me at [email protected].

Or, anyone else out there.
 

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I had this happen as well. I called College Hills Honda and ordered a new assembly. Unfortunately unless you feel like spending a bunch of time, since it is a sealed unit replacing the glass is a near impossible task.

It was cheap to get one even shipped to Canada where I live.

BTW not sure if I offend you by saying "Roll Tide Roll!" (Lived in Mobile, AL a while back for two years)
 

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I have a set of the Trendgear 2010 fog lights[clear] for the coupe that I couldn't use on my 2012[I found out the hard way]. They're the exact shape and size as the OEMs. You're welcome to have them free, just pay the postage, probably about 15.00.

If interested, email me at [email protected].

Or, anyone else out there.
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I just fixed mine with a 8x10 sheet of lexan plexiglass from HOME DEPOT. Trace, dremel and weather seal glued to put them back on


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I just fixed mine with a 8x10 sheet of lexan plexiglass from HOME DEPOT. Trace, dremel and weather seal glued to put them back on
yep - that's how it's done!

 

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Yeah I had removed the full assembly, removed and cleaned the broken glass, traced the housing onto the laxan sheet, cut it , clean the edges and Put it back on with the sealer.


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