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I just bought a 1998 GS400 w/ 31k miles. Its about time. My question is how do I go about getting rid of the yellow lense in the foglight? I seen one post about destroying the lense. Can any body provide me with some guidance? Step by step or anything. New to the forum and thought I would try it out.

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FROM WHAT I HEAR THERE IS NO WAY OF TAKING OUT THE YELLOW LENSE WITHOUT DESTROYING IT. I DONT KNOW WHY YOU WOULD EVEN WANT TO DO THAT. PEOPLE ARE KILLING TO HAVE THE YELLOW LENSE!!!!

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if u want the clear fog lense try to find some one wit the GS300 that wants the yellow lense and trade them. i have the clear lense and interested in tradeing for the yellow ones if u are too. but if not just look for someone that is sellin the gs300 ones.

hope that helps you

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Only the GS that have standard HID have yellow fog lights. That's why many want to have yellow fog lights.

The yellow is caused by a plastic lens that is behind the glass. You can break the yellow lens if you want.

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Hey man if you want i trade with your yellow lens with my with lens. I have two new lens from 2003 and one from my car so total 3 fog light hehe :D plus 50 dollars.

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Can someone give the lowdown on replacing the "bulb" on the fog lamps for 1993 GS 300? Do you have to remove the bottom liner and come up from underneath?

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