Colin shows you how to install a license plate frame that will protect your vehicle's paint, prevent vibration and complement your vehicle's trim like the pros.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
2. License plate
3. Stainless steel or carbon fiber license plate frame with mounting tabs
4. Anti-vibration spacers
5. Stainless steel mounting hardware
Need a shopping list? We explain how to choose the best license plate frame for your vehicle.
BEFORE YOU START
Create a clean slate by removing your license plate and wiping it clean of any dirt or debris. This is also a great opportunity to wash and wax the area behind your plate.
1. PROTECT YOUR VEHICLE WITH RUBBER SPACERS
Peel the paper from the rubber spacers, revealing the adhesive.
Align spacers with mounting holes and stick to back of license plate to prevent vibration and protect the vehicle.
If your vehicle only allows for 2-hole mounting, insert rubber plate bumpers into the lower holes.
2. INSERT PLATE INTO FRAME USING TABS
Insert the bottom edge of the license plate into the frame so the mounting tabs hold the plate in place.
3. PREPARE HARDWARE HIDER CAPS
Insert stainless steel screws through the hardware hider caps.
4. PUT IT ALL TOGETHER
Align license plate and frame with mounting holes on vehicle.
Slowly thread each screw with hardware hider cap into the vehicle mounting hole in a clockwise direction.
5. FINISHING TOUCHES
Tighten screws until they are seated firmed against the frame.
Firmly snap all hardware hider caps closed.
Remove any finger prints from license plate frame using a microfiber towel.
Take a photo and tag #camincusa or send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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