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remove rear bumper and each has one screw holding them thats all
 
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was hoping the answer didn't involve removing bumper. i'm lazy

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Well I never tried by going under and seeing if you could possibly but I'm pretty sure the foam insert on the crash bar blocks it
 

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Well that stinks, why not make the rear fogs work from the factory. Oh well I guess I will not be doing that mod. I have good luck taking things apart but never getting them back.
 

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Well that stinks, why not make the rear fogs work from the factory. Oh well I guess I will not be doing that mod. I have good luck taking things apart but never getting them back.
Its not hard actually. Just like taking off the front bumper but with a few extra steps. :cool:
 

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Which LEDs are those? They look nice and bright. I've been meaning to pick some up and attach it to this relay to use them as tails, turns, and brakes:

Curt Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring for Mazda 3 2010 - C56011
They're Corksport. They come with everything needed to wire how you like.

When parking lights off:
-When you brake they turn on with your brake lights
-When you use turn signal or hazard lights they flash with your turn signals
When parking lights on:
- they turn on and stay on
 

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Which LEDs are those? They look nice and bright. I've been meaning to pick some up and attach it to this relay to use them as tails, turns, and brakes:

Curt Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring for Mazda 3 2010 - C56011
CS like velez said. Install was straight forward and pretty easy. I did it without breaking any plastic clips. :) lol. Wiring to the brake lights can be done but requires minor drilling in the trunk to run the wire.
 
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