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Orlousy, I changed (upgraded) my fog light bulbs sometime ago on my 95 SC400 and it was a pain in the...BLIP. The drive side fog light was much more difficult to get your hands on to change. I hope your bulb burn out is on the passenger side.

The way I changed the foglight bulb was going under the front of the car and taking off the splashguard. This is what I did......

1. Jack & take the front wheel off (optional but it will make the job easier to complete)

2. Take the splashguard down and locate the casing. The foglight will be enclosed, with a circular plastic cap. Turn it counter clock-wise to open the casing.

3. This will give you access to the bulb and socket. In the casing is a white plastic, the bulbs wire fits snug into the socket. I had to wiggle and tug, until I jarred it loose.

4. Note there is a clasp holding the bulb in place do not open the clasp. Disconnect the the bulb from the socket first...because the clasp keeps the bulb from droping and getting in your way. To open the clasp, I believe you push down and it will unfasten.

5. If you are using Xenon type of bulb DO NOT TOUCH THE GLASS with your hands it shortens the life of the bulb. Goodluck!

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