(HereAndThere) | October 10th, 2020
Unsnap, pop off the clip, gently pull, then push in, pop in the clip, gently push back into car body. Simple to do and improves the look of the car. For about fifty bucks!
(Oklahoma) | August 26th, 2020
I was hesitant to change the original look of my '08 Boxster, but I'm glad I did. These lights were simple to install and, in my opinion, make the car look better.
(Atlanta) | August 12th, 2020
Easy to uninstall old, easy to install new, Looks Good !
(Michigan) | April 17th, 2020
Easy and affordable upgrade with the clear plastic. Much cleaner looking than that yellowish orange reflector. Took literally 5 minutes to replace both sides. With Suncoast, I always know I'm getting quality OEM spec parts for my 2006 Porsche Cayman
(SC) | February 5th, 2020
Good price, easy to install, quick delivery...nice look compared to the original orange markers.
(Long Island, NY) | December 29th, 2019
Took a few minutes to pop out the old marker and pop in the new and I think made a difference in appearance, particularly on my Artic Silver 987. One of the more simple aesthetic upgrades.
(Texas) | December 9th, 2017
Today I replaced my amber markers after watching a review on utube. The difference in vehicle appearance is very impressive. My Silver Boxster lines look for improved with the new markers. I would recommend this change to all 987 owners.
(Salt Lake City) | October 24th, 2016
I love the updated look and the quality of these clear side marker lights. Thank you Suncoast!
| July 13th, 2016
Excellent service. Ample instructions available on YouTube.
(Sterling Heights, MI) | July 11th, 2016
Sharp lens. Won't comment on the visuals, it does show a amber bulb behind so you have what they call the egg yolk appearance. Some folks buy a bulb that flashes yellow but appears clear when turned off. If you do this, read enough reviews until you find a story about the bulb coating coming off. This does happen and it leaves a mess, so I stuck with the amber bulbs that were included. What I will say is that the instructions generally available claim you can just pull out your lens from the wheel well side of the lens, but in my case, that bent the retaining clips backwards. They had enough life to bend them back but upon reseating the lamp, they rattled. So I had to play with the retainer to get them to set again. There is actually a hole in the wheel well where you can insert a tool to compress these. It's smarter and the right thing to do, so if you find and instructional video suggesting you pop them out, I'd look around more. I didn't tear the bumper but I was afraid I could. On the back on the wire harness that plugs into the lamp, there is a rubber cover for sealing the elements. I dropped this down the hole when the lens was out. I had to remove a dozen screws and bend the bumper out to reach where it had fallen. Remove very slowly - if you brush the opening with the part, it pops off easily. Avoid dropping the part and save yourself some time. Nothing wrong with the part, just poor direction around the internet on how to remove/replace.