Replacing Fog Lights

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Asked by Feb 24, 2014 at 04:27 PM about the 2005 Toyota Highlander Limited V6 AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Both of my fog light lenses are cracked.  The dealer wants $300+ each to replace them.  I have found OEM lenses with bulb for a fraction of this cost online.  My question is...where do I go to get instructions on how to do the actual replacement myself?

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From another site... msagromsagro Posts: 5 October 2008 You do NOT have to remove bumper on a highlander to change foglamps. Look under the front bumper and you will see 2 wide hole for access. Inside, at the 6'oclock positon is a 10mm screw, just twist counter clockwise, and pop the foglight out. I got a replacement pair on eBay for about 90 bucks. Pop those back in, put screw back in, plug in. Done.

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Come to think of it that solution may be for the bulb and not the lens. I am facing the same problem...both sides.

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