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Old 02-09-2004, 07:27 PM   #1
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Mikey, TaylorD, Aviator...anyone...

How on earth do you change the fog lamps on these Auroras?

The whole area is SEALED off

Please help...ack!
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Sorry Jim, Can't help you out on this one. Never did mess around with mine.
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Jim,

Dunno if this will help or not, on the 2000+ Bonnevilles you have to remove the headlights in order to get down to the fog lamps, the other route is to remove the air dam from under the car. Again, don't know if it will help, but good luck.
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I had a lil PM fest with Taylor D

He showed me the light...umm no pun intended. I need to drop the air dam underneath to get to it
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fogs always seem to burn out in this car, seems like aftermarket bulbs last longer.

that plastic stuff covering the bottom.......i just pulled mine back, there'* a bunch of those "pop out pins" or whatever you call them

1st time its a PAIN, second time its much easier, third its not so bad (they go out every 4-6 months seems like)
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Those pop out push pins are like one time use only...effin thing....

I have replaced the lower air deflector on my car before, so I know what to do, but the car is so low I have minimal wiggle room. Better go to a buddies house who has ramps...
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