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    How to replace fog light bulbs

    I am trying to replace my fog light but dont know how to. Can someone explain a bit?

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    You have to take out the headlights to get access to them.

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    There are 3 screws holding the headlight right? I removed 2 of them the other I cant get it off

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    Two screws and a clip, I removed mine quick quick. See t his guide, it helped me a lot.

    Fiesta Mk7 .com : The Fiesta MK7 Bulb Changing Guide : Fiesta Mk7 Guides
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    Great!! Thanks for the info. It was very easy to do. I just installed some hyper white bulbs on low beams and fog lights. Not as white as I wanted them but better than stock. I am trying to avoid HID since they are not legal here. Trying to avoid the police. But if some aftermarket projector headlights get released I will deffinetly go HID

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    Pleasure, that guide helped me a lot as well. Maybe admin can make it a sticky?

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    FWIW, If you're concerned about functionality, then yellow colored lights work much better as fog lights. In the fog, yellow penetrates the mist and illuminates the road better than any kind of white. White lights seem to reflect off the white mist of fog and cause more glare.

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    Instead changing the bulbs, why not just put yellow lexan over the glass? Same color and you help protect your foglights from rocks and road debris.

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    Good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by focusedintntions View Post
    Instead changing the bulbs, why not just put yellow lexan over the glass? Same color and you help protect your foglights from rocks and road debris.
    I've seen people combine yellow bulbs with yellow laminx looks really cool when they're lit up!

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