I need to get around to take some pics of mine. Installed about a week ago.
Install is just:
Turn the wheels to either opposite side (no reason to take off any tires)....and you'll find about 3 interior trim screws that need to be removed followed by 2 bolt/fasteners located on each light. Then the whole reflector/housing unit comes off.
The clear housing feel's a little flimsy (appears 3d printed) but not bad overall and clear reflector portion (visible) looks good.
Yikes, didn't realize they were that much. In the past I've gotten aftermarket lenses from them for other cars but they were less than half that price. I'll just spray mine with Lens Tint and be done with it.
Wanted to order some clear ones but they are located in QC, Canada, as I am and they want 220$ US for a full set. I'm willing to pay 220$ CDN but NEVER will I give them 220US with 35% exchange rate these days. The lady I've been chatting with is very nice but she admitted in writing that they were trying to make up for the tough times while both dollars were worth the same which told me that she was trying to screw me so I cancelled the order and will just wait for our dollar to bounce back.
I know this post is kinda old now, but the link provided to KLEARZ.COM does not work. I tried navigating the sites menus, but I do not see anything offered for the Chrysler 200....
My 200S is white, and I can not stand the reflectors/side markers located on the fenders and rear bumper....Is there a place I can order replacements that are already pre-painted? Or am I stuck with ordering clear ones, and painting them myself? I would like them to just match the color of my car.
I used to have a 2005 BMW 330CI and there were a couple different options when it came to replacing the reflectors on the front/rear bumper. It was a common exterior mod for E46 BMW's.
Any information would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!
I was gonna tint the side markers with a film but when I finally got around to it, the lens is sitting over a colored plastic piece so putting a wrap over it is out of the question because the orange fitting is still visible from under the fender.