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I did that 7 years ago following the shop manual information. You basicaly acces the lamp socket from under the bumper - Be sure to use long-life bulbs. Mine have never burned since replacement 80,000Mi ago.
I drive with parking lights ON at all time and I made a modification to connect these "fog-lights" with the parking lights not just with the HID headlights like they are stock. So I use HID's less...
Speaking of which I learned from my Sony TV that HID bulbs do not like to be turned ON and OFF and back ON with out cooling time.
I have another Acura CL tip for your lights... the battery ground strap to the engine corodes itself easily with winter road spray. It needs to be cleaned to renew the good connection of the alternator ground to chassis thus HID lights are noticeably brighter. (in car electricity a circuit is made of a + and a ground - Bad ground circuit makes for decreased bad + current !)
The light on your interior button should only come on when the lights are on, so I wouldn't worry about that until the lights are fixed. There should be a relay for your fog lights. I would check your underhood fuse relay box. switch that relay with another, such as fuel pump. I lights come on and now vehicle won't start, you know that it is the relay you have now put in your fuel pump circuit from your fog lamp circuit.