My suggestion is to use the same style screw that attaches the trim around the running light. If you have to drill a hole, use a stop on the bit so that you do not go through, and put a mark on the hood from the inside.
I am not sure how they go on. It has been a a year or so since I got them, and I did not pay much attention to how they fit. The little curved part may go to the inside, and slightly behind the grille. I think they came off of a 96. I have the FSM for a 93, but it does not show detail in the drawing.
There should be holes in the hood. They attach with short, Phillipps head screws. I believe the chrome comes to the outside of the hood, and the rubber gaskets point down, toward the headlights. If your hood does not have the screw holes, it's most likely a replacement. Drill the holes.
The familar problem, with some new details:
The front lower door speakers were replaced a year or two ago with two nice NOS ones and they made a great difference. Two decades of hot, cold, and humidity aren't very good compared to dry, cool-stored originals. If I wanted...
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