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Old 02-20-2004, 11:30 PM   #1
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I recently bought a 2001 Bonneville SE and have two questions. The first is how do you access the foglight bulbs and where do I make a positive power connection for accessories wiring like driving light relays since the battery is under the back seat? Thanks...........
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Welcome to the forum. There is a remote positive terminal located under the hood on the passenger side of the vehicle. I am not sure about the foglight bulbs on an SE.
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Welcome to the Forum. To remove the fog lamps you may, or may not have to remove the air deflector under the front fascia. Remove the two nuts (I think 10mm) that secure the fog lamp assembly to the fascia. Pull the assembly out forward through the fascia, then you'll have access to replace bulbs (880). Try not to disturb the wing nut (vertical) adjusters. There is a Rear Fuse Block located under bench seat adjacent to the batt. There is also the Underhood Fuse Block located on right side engine compartment forward of the coolant recovery tank. Both fuse blocks contain various fuses, relays, ckt. brkrs for the electrical system.
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remote positive terminal located under the hood
Also utilized for jump starting.
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