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Old 11-10-2003, 04:22 PM   #1
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i cant get the bulb out of my fog light...how do you do it..i try to turn and nothing happens..
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1. First you must remove the electric plug behind the stock lights.

2. Remove the 3 nuts from the back of the fog light housing (2 on top 1 on the bottom )

3. Rremove the housing and the light will come out with it

4. Remove all the bolts and screw

5. Remove the plastic light from the metal bracket
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Just the bulb? Turn it counter clockwise.
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i did turn it...its really really hard...lol....i got it to turn a little bit but it didnt come out yet
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Try a little soapy water. But then you may have to remove the lights to clean the soap out. Might not be a bad idea to clean them up, anyway.
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yea thats a good idea...but its a tad bit cold so the hands hurt after a while
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Time for a trip to WalMart to get new fogs?

So'* you can look like this?

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Cmon you ***** :P You can open it.... if all else fails .... use the torch....
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