Headlight Shroud Screws

crossfire

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I am closing up my headlight to finish up my retrofit and cannot seem to find the screws to hold the shroud to the headlight lens.
How necessary are the screws that go into these holes? Has anybody reassembled their headlights without using those screws I just don't want the piece to rattle around.

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I don't seem to recall any screws involved when opening / closing my headlights...
 

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The only screws I can recall seeing are the parking light housing screws..
 

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The only screws I can recall seeing are the parking light housing screws..
Yeah those holes would normally fasten the reflector for the parking light reflector. I am not using that in my case so I need to know if it is necessary to hold in the shroud or if its sole purpose was to hold the reflector.

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Those screws hold the bezel(that includes the signal reflector) to the lense so it doesn't move or shake, i wouldnt suggest leaving it without them unless you secure the bezel some other way. I ended up loosing mine as well when i did my lights so i just bought 2 screws at home depot and used those.
 

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