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Old 07-09-2016, 04:45 PM   #1
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driving/fog light

one of my fog lights is burnt out, can i get just a bulb or do i have to buy the whole thing?

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Old 07-09-2016, 04:59 PM   #2
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99.9% of fog lights have a replaceable bulb, you do need to examine the lens; if there is any damage that may have let water in, to burn the bulb out then you'll need the assembly.

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Old 07-11-2016, 03:42 AM   #3
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A photo of the light would allow us to better help you...
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I just replaced a bulb on one of mine. Getting the housing out of the front cap was a major pain. Once out, I opened the housing up and replaced the bulb with a new one from the local auto parts store. Mine required a 55W H3 halogen. I would have liked to have used a long-life bulb, but could not find one. I avoided buying the 100W H3 (concerned about overheating the wire), and the fancy-colored ones ($$). I picked up a spare, as I suspect the other side's bulb will go sometime soon.

I was not impressed with the quality of the housing. If I had to replace them (cracks are a common problem), I'd probably pick one of the Hella offerings, as it has a slimmer profile that should make it easier to remove from the front cap.
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