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How To Install Replace Fog Light Assembly 2005-08 Audi A4

This video will show you how to install or replace the fog light assembly on a 2005-08 Audi A4

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Audi A4 (2002) Left Headlights (HID), Directional and Parking light Error


its a bad balist. the box that the wires from bulb go to

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how easy is it to change front fog light on Audi A4 s-line 2006


1. Remove the plastic grill cover out from front bumper.
2. Remove the front fog lamp & replace the bulb.
See pictures below:

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Apr 01, 2010 | 2006 Audi A4

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How do I replace the Drivers side fog lamp (not just bulb) on my 2002 Audi A4 18T?


First remove the driver's side fog lamp plastic cover out from front bumper. After that you will find torx socket head panel screws from fog lamp. See picture below:

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Feb 06, 2010 | 2002 Audi A4

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99 A4 tali light assmbly missing top bulb passenger side


That's the rear foglight socket. The rear foglight idea is European, and they ship the Audi over with a rear foglight as well, but it's only on the driver's side (that's the way rear fogs are done in Europe). That socket is fully powered though, and wired to the same dash switch as the driver's side rear fog. What you can do (what I did on my 99 A4) was to use a drill and **** out the rectangular opening in the rear taillight panel, and then put a bulb in that socket. Voila, instant dual rear fogs.

This is a good idea because in Europe, the police understand that a rear fog is only on one side. In the US, our police don't always know that, and you may get pulled over if you have that on - they may think you have a blown taillight bulb. Do the dual fog mod as described above - it'll save you the hassle and it looks better too.

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I have a UK registed, Feb 2000 AUDI A6 2.7T QUATTRO AUTO ESTATE, Is it right that these are fitted with just one rear fog light that operates and the other is just for show.


Yes it's true. What I did on my US-spec A4 is to pull back the trunk lining on the passenger (right) side, where there is no functional foglight (my rear fog from the factory is on the left side). What I found was that the "bulb tree" has a fully powered socket for a bulb that would fit into a rear foglight on that side, but no bulb was installed. The part of the taillamp that would have a hole for such a fog bulb had a **** instead. I used a drill to widen the **** into a hole large enough for a bulb, and installed a bulb in the bulb tree, and voila - dual rear fogs:)

Jul 21, 2008 | Audi A6 Cars & Trucks

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