how to replace a 1992 celica fog lights

Asked by Apr 08, 2010 at 02:56 PM about the 1992 Toyota Celica GT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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that is an easy one. If you got te stock light in the bumper with one big opening. Look at the light. You see a little srew on the inside of it . Undo the srew. Than the whole crome ring can be taken out by simple lifting it. Be carful on the outer side it is only clamed. Than you can take the hole glas and lens part out. Remove the rubber on the rear and there is the light. ondue the clip take the light out. und do the two plugs (wire) and put the new light in. Same routine only in reverserd order. (unplugging is than plugging. LOL)

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