The Tinted HeadlightsThere's some things you'll need before you tackle this. First of all, if you own a Kia and want to maintain it yourself, then a simple set of metric sockets and wrenches are key. A 10mm,12mm, 14mm, and 15mm will almost tear the whole engine apart! For this you'll need the 10mm, couple flathead screwdrivers and a phillips, a knife, Spray Paint of choice (prefferably flat/gloss black), Meguires PlastX, an oven (yes I said it! and not a microwave oven!), and uh... common sense. Speaking of that: You are solely responsible for using any of the information on this site of which I have posted! You may use it only at your own risk. Take your time and do things right the first time. Now that I've covered my end of this, lets continue. First, you'll want to pop the hood. Remove the black plastic cover that is located just ontop of the grill. It's held down by 6 plastic rivets that look like a phillips will pull the center plug. LOL, this is misleading. Use the tip of a knife and pry the center plug up. This will allow the plastic rivet to come out. -Set that aside and take off the grill: There's a Phillips screw near the center of the grill to the right (i believe) of the Kia Emblem. Remove that 1st. Then there's 4-5 clips that hold the grill on. Try not to break these for they are plastic and could be brittle. If you look down from above the grill you'll notice each of the clips have a tab. If you guessed to push these down with a flathead screwdriver to release the clip, you are indeed correct ;). As you move on to the next one, you may inadvertenly clip the 1st one back in, just to warn ya... lol. It's tricky, but do-able. next is the turn signals: There is only one thing that holds the turn signal housings on. No screws, no detens.. just a hook inside the engine compartment. Look over the fender and you'll see something that looks like a dipstick handle. Pull that and unhook the corner lense, This is good to know if you need to replace your turn signal bulbs anyway. might even be in the owners manual. Once that's off, we finally get to the Headlights:The headlights, Unplug the headlights by pinching the sides of the plug and gengly pulling. May halp to wiggly the plug as you pull. Then take off the 4 10mm bolts that hold the headlight on. now it is freesitting and ready to be taken out. Be carefull though, because the bottom of the housing will catch that whatcha ma call it between the headlights and bumber. Just gently push down on that and it should be enough flex to clear the lower headlight housing.Here's where it gets interesting: Set your oven, again, NOT MICROWAVE, just a plain oven to 250 degrees Farenheit. Doesn't have to preheat long, just a couple minutes.While that's warming up, put your headlight on a cooking tray with aluminum foil covering the tray (to catch any possible dripping goop). Goop is the term I will be calling the grey gluey sticky stuff that hold the lense onto the housing. here's a pic to reassure you I'm not just making this up. lol.