Black headlights and clear corners...
Here's is the finished look of my headlights after doing both clear corner and black mods...I Painted the main plastic chrome piece black, and eliminated the yellow reflectors for the blinker and corner marker lights.
Taking the grill off involves removing one screw on the top, and the two black plastic clips, and pulling up. Each headlight is held in by four bolts: Three you can see, and one you have to reach underneath and remove by feel.
You should have a long socket or deep socket, and a small socket, both 10 mm, seen above.
These are the two upper bolts.
Removing the plastic clip and small stip of plastic moulding below the headlight helps you access the third bolt with the deep socket and extension.
Use the small socket for the fourth bolt. You reach up under the fender wall, you will feel two bolts, and it is the upper one. (no pics because I can't see up there.)
The bolt underneath is the same mm as the others, but has a noticibly different thread pattern, as seen in the photo above
This is how the front end looks, after removing only nine bolts...pretty easy, eh?
Heat up the headlight on a piece of cardboard in the oven at 320 degrees for nine minutes (Oven heated but turned off) to soften the glue, then pry apart the clear plastic lens from the gray plastic back of the assembly. You may have to heat it more than once.
Remove the big rubber boot to remove the headlamp, remove the other two bulbs and the three torx screws
Remove the amber lenses for good, and paint this big silver part.
Most people use Krylon Fusion spraypaint. I used Plasti-Dip for durability. Many people say mine has a darker black look than the Krylon paint.
Reassemble it heat it in the oven again just as before, and press it together completely. Make sure you've cleaned up any glue glitches with Goo Gone, and clean all finger and palm prints from the inside of the clear plastic lens. Put a bead of silicone (I used GE Silicone II) around the entire seal to ensure it is moisture proof. That is very important.
I replaced my yellow blinker bulbs, left, with Sylvania Silver Star bulbs, which have a clear/irridescent look when not lit, but bright yellow when lit. The tips have a blue tint which is an unexpected but cool look.
for comparison's sake, before, left, and after, right...