Last post on Apr 02, 2011 at 4:41 PM
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Hyundai Azera, Sedan
#802 of 810 Re: Thanks for the help. [bmb1767]
Nov 03, 2009 (5:06 pm)
Hope the ones on EBAY are OEM. OEM mudguards are available from www:Hyundaiparts4less.com for $20.47 for front and $20.47 for rear. Simple installation since the holes all match up.
#803 of 810 Re: Thanks for the help. [SilverBullet00]
Nov 04, 2009 (6:48 am)
Ended up not getting them on eBay. Didn't realize at the time that the pricing was only for 2 front or 2 rear, not all 4 guards.
I did get OEM ones.
#804 of 810 Need Additional Mud Guard Installation Help
Nov 14, 2009 (4:34 pm)
I was able to get the front mud guards on my Azera without too much trouble. (Love the little ratchet I got from Amazon). I started working on the rear ones using the same ratchet. How in the world do you get to that third screw? Is there a way to get it out without taking off the rear wheel?
May sound sexist, but I am a single female trying to do this on my own.
#805 of 810 Billet Grill for 2006-07 Azera
May 11, 2010 (9:49 am)
I have a Billet Grill for sale that fits a 2006-2007 Azera. I bought if for my 06 Azera but just sold the car because my wife wants a new Santa Fe. Grill retailed for $300 but will sell for best offer over $75. Really dresses up the car.
#806 of 810 Re: Billet Grill for 2006-07 Azera [smookdog]
May 11, 2010 (2:30 pm)
I am interested in buying your grill but I would like to see a picture first. Could you possibly send me one. I have a 2007 Azera.
#807 of 810 Re: Rear light strip [gr8guyim]
Mar 31, 2011 (10:43 am)
In reply to #737... has anyone found a tail light strip for the Azera that can be illumiated?
#809 of 810 Re: Rear light strip [allmet33]
Apr 01, 2011 (2:39 pm)
Has anyone taken off the trunk strip to see if we could put two rows of leds inside of it?? Also, I wonder what holds the letters on?
#810 of 810 Re: Rear light strip [SilverBullet00]
Apr 02, 2011 (4:41 pm)
The letters are attached with something like 3M adhesive. I've read that they can be removed by applying a sewing thread at the top edge of a letter and sloooowly, patiently, exerting pressure downward, sort of like the patience needed to remove a sectionized sticky price sticker from a product w/o it tearing into multiple, irritating pieces...