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Old 12-01-01, 12:36 PM   #1
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Question fog lights 95 LS400

does anybody know how to replace the fog light bulbs in a 95 LS400? i managed to get the high and low beams in. that was a piece of cake. but the fog lights are protected by a cover which is hard to access because of the front frame bar. is there an easy way to do this? also the parking light has burnt out on the driver's side. how is this bulb accessed? any help would be grateful. it's "painful" to drive around in a nice car with a burnt out light. LOL. = jamie=
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remove your corner lense with one phillips, then you have easy access to the fog light bulb.

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