How to replace fog light bulb

There are two types of auxiliary lighting: fog lights and driving lights. Fog lights are usually installed on the car at the factory. Driving lights are usually installed by people who own cars after the car is bought. There are many different types of fog and driving lights. This article will explain most of the different types, and should give you a good understanding of what they do.

Fog lights were originally created to help people see better in fog. This is why most fog lights are mounted near the front of the car, closer to the ground. Fog is less dense near the ground, so this is why it is important to have the light lower on the car. The light will be able to go further and penetrate the fog more easily.

Driving lights are very useful when you are driving in rural areas. Driving lights help to show a wider view of the road. This is important because there might be animals on the road. Then you can drive fast and not hit them.

They can be installed as a stand-alone light, which is most commonly found in aftermarket installations. If you notice that your fog or driving lights are flickering or dimming, or if they don't come on at all, it might mean that they need to be replaced.

Some light bulbs will not last forever. They will need to be changed. LEDs are the best kind of light bulb, but they still need to be changed sometimes. This article explains how to change the lights in either fog or driving lights.

Changing fog or driving light bulbs integrated into the front bumper

Identify fog or driving light bulb that needs replacement. Turn on the fog lights. They may not be on if you don't turn the key to “run”. Then they can come on. The fog lights are usually at the front of your car where you need them most.

You can remove a fog or driving light bulb from the back of the housing. To do this, you may need to get to the bulb from the top in the engine bay or from the bottom, depending on which bulb is being replaced and its mounting position. Gently turn the bulb ¼ to ½ turn, counter-clockwise, and gently pull out to separate the bulb from the housing.

Disconnect the electrical connector from the fog or driving light bulb by squeezing the lock tab and gently pulling the plug from the bulb.

You need to replace your fog or driving light bulb. Make sure you get the same kind of bulb. Look at the new bulb to make sure it is correct.

To install a replacement bulb, it is typically easier to plug the electrical connector back into the bulb before putting it back into the housing. Fog and driving light bulbs can typically only be installed in one certain orientation. The tabs will only line up one way before you are able to turn it the ¼ to ½ turn to lock it into position.

Connect the wire to the bulb. Attach the other end of the wire to your electrical plug. Make sure that you connect it in the right place and make sure that it is not loose. Then, press on the tab until it clicks into place.

To check if a fog or driving light bulb is working, turn the ignition key to the "run" position and turn on the fog or driving lights. Then go to the front of the car and see if the replacement bulb is shining.

When you are replacing a fog or driving light, you might need to remove some things. Make sure to put everything back in the same place when you finish.

Whether you are using your auxiliary lighting during adverse weather conditions, traveling down a dark rural roadway, or just want the appearance that fog and driving lights offer at you can find the right bulb.