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Old 04-25-2003, 03:36 PM   #1
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Question: How to change fog light bulbs on an M3..

does it involve taking out the front bumper? Or is there an easier way?
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ummm..RTFM..i am sure it has instructions about chaning bulbs in it
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Easy mike....just 1 bolt and a cover!

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remove the black plastic casing around the foglight...it just pops off with a little tug. there is a bolt underneath, which you must loosen. when the bolt is loose the light housing is easily removed and the bulb is accessed.

takes 15 minutes max for both.......

any longer than that means you screwed up
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Old 04-25-2003, 06:26 PM   #5
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unfortunately people with the reiger bumper do not get to change it that easy.........the fukkin fog lights itself dont stay secured very well on the bumper
............i want one of these!!!!!

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