Question about 2004 Cadillac CTS
Ok to do this you have to go form underneath you don't need to remove the bumper. Turn your wheel all the way to the left, there are 6 clips that hold the whole housing in place, as the fog lamps are also located in the housing, then be careful not to break the clips, they are clearly visible. Once you remove them all it will just fall down. Removing the tire makes it even easier. If you need more guidance let me kknow.
Thank you and good luck,
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