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Tail light problem

Need to change the rear tailight on a Jag 1995 XJ6...How do I know if I need to order the assembly w/wo the fog -light. Is the foglight separate from the actual light assembly??? I am ordering online and I am unsure which one to order. Thanks in advance.

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