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Originally posted by DarylS
My 2006 has a burned out fog light (passenger side).
I know from the manual that the bulb is a 51 watt HB4 but how the heck am I supposed to access it? The owners manual says I'm supposed to take it to a dealer (not going to happen...).
I tried taking a few screws out of the bottom bumper cover but am afraid I'll break something if I try and pry it out of the way to access the back of the unit.
TIA for the advice,
I have done both sides on my mo and the passenger side is the most entertaining, but can be done.
First I found it easier to remove the right front tire ( your choice as you can turn the wheel hard right to this may give you enough room)
Undo the lower section of the wheel well cover in front of the tire and pull it back a bit, you will be able to see the fog light assembly from there. The light is partially hidden by the windsheild washer tank.
There is a small screw bolt on top of the fog light bulb holder (I think it was 2-3 mm). Once that is remove, you should be able to push the foglight assembly forward so that you can pull it forward from the front of the Mo, enough to disconnect the electrical connection. The fog light may be tight in the bumper, a shot of silcon around the light assembly helped to move mine
After you replace the light, put back together by reversing the practice above.
Take solice as the drivers side foglamp is easier to get to as there is less equipment on the side.
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