Question about 2004 Volkswagen Passat
Howard,Connecting cable, long enough, and clamps have been missed out. How??? Start from the light backwards and keep clamping the cable wherever you can.And end up at the switch. Not forgetting the connecting the positive to the battery and earthing the negative. Starting at the battery->switch->->light->earth (on the body).
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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If your fog lamp is connected to or behind a grille, pop it out. This can be done by first removing the clips or screws connecting it to the car and gently pulling it out. (If your fog lights are not connected to a grille, proceed to step 2.)Find the bolts that hold the fog lamp in place; you may have to get underneath the automobile to do so.Using your ratchet wrench, remove the bolts.4Grab the connector on the back of the fog lamp, turn it counter-clockwise and pull it out. This should remove the actual light bulb from the lamp fixture.Remove the fog lamp from the car and place the new one in.6Place the light bulb into the new fog light and turn clockwise to lock into place.Bolt the fog lamp back into place, if you had to remove the grille, put it back now and screw/clip it back into place.Turn on the fog lights and make sure everything is working properly
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