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Changing fog lights

I need to change the passenger side fog light on a 1998 Dodge Neon. Can't figure out how. Any suggestions are appreciated.

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You can take loose the black plastic shield that runs from inner fender to bottom of bumper. once loose you gain access to back of fog light where mounting bolts are located if its just the bulb your replacing you can also do that without removing it

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