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Changing fog light bulb

What is an easy way to change the fog light bulb on the driver's side. The passengers side has a bolt with nut and you can slide the casing forward once the nut is removed. However, although there appears to be a bolt with a nut on the drivers side, there is a box right in the way so I cannot access it.

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I would recommend going from bottom behind bumper. Probably the easiest way.

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