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Jordan ZS

Replacing Mk7 Fiesta Fog Lights

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Hi Guys.

How would i go about replacing MK7 Fiesta FOG Lights... it states in the manual this is a non serviceable part. I tried sticking my hand underneath but it seems pretty well tucked away?

Many thanks

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the front right one you can get at really easily if you just stick you head underneath but the best way is too lift the bonnet up and take the lights out, the front left one is hard to get to cos there is a lot of stuff in way

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yep. take headlights out, or jack the car up for more space(I dont condone putting your head under a car that is using an "emergency Jack" death or serious bodily harm is not my problem if my warnings are not headed)

When I was replacing/upgrading the headlights soon as i got the car back from dealers I had a look and the taking headlights out option is the easier id say iirc the fogs "screw out" say, you turn it left(right?) 90 degrees and it will come loose i think

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yep. take headlights out, or jack the car up for more space(I dont condone putting your head under a car that is using an "emergency Jack" death or serious bodily harm is not my problem if my warnings are not headed)

When I was replacing/upgrading the headlights soon as i got the car back from dealers I had a look and the taking headlights out option is the easier id say iirc the fogs "screw out" say, you turn it left(right?) 90 degrees and it will come loose i think

i forgot to mention i did use a ramp when i stuck my head under not a jack :)

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Any suggestions to what type of bulb goes in here?

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