Well, the Eagle fogs arent very good... and even with the reflector out, it doesnt help much. Its the design of them, more square like than oval, and thats what hurts the output.
To take out the reflector, you have to take out the whole housing and the light. Then using a needle nose pliers or something similar, you need to reach through and grab the reflector and bend it till it breaks. You can also get creative and try to drill out the metal connecting it to the housing. My advice would be to take the housing out and look at it personally. You'll find some way of getting it out.
1993 Eagle Vision TSi
2000 Transmission swap : Special Gears
Push Button Shifting
: Relocated Cruise Control
1994 Mercury Grand Marquis (2005-2010)
2010 Nissan Murano SL AWD (2010-present)