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To replace rear/tail fog light bulb, is a case of removing cover/reflector with a flat screwdriver?

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From memory, to replace the bulbs, the lamp holder is accessed from underneath the vehicle and behind the rear bar, just turn it a quarter turn and pull it out to access the bulbs.

If you lay underneath you rear bar and look up you will see what is required.

The fog lights themselves are held in place by two nuts which are accessed the same way I just described.
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Rear "fog" lights Struggled to even remember what they even looked like as my stock rear bar "accidentally" went into the DumpMaster soon after purchase.

Ah the memories..........
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Just for info.
If you got an early model (mines a 2007 build), the rear fogs have two screws going through the plastic plate holding the light housing in position.
The screws can tear apart the plastic mounts on the back of the light where they screw into. Possibly over tightened at the factory
Both of mine are shattered & now held together with Gorilla tape.
Got some take offs newer design held on with nuts to put on when I've got some time. Should fit OK after the screws have been cut off.
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Most helpful and fixed for the rare times that they are used!

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