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We have no wiring diagrams so I suggest you ask the dealer for a detailed cost breakdown to see why they want such a large amount of money to fix this problem. Seems very high and I am a retired dealer technician.
I found the easiest way to change the fog light bulb is to take bumper off, takes 5 mins, 5/6 screws/clips across the top were the bonnet meets the bumper and a few clips on wheel arches then pull off and 2 spot lights very easy to Accra.
u must get under the front bumper, the fog light bulbs are replaced from the back, do not touch these bulbs when installing ot they will crack the 1st time u trurn the fogs on for more than a few minutes
Remove the entire foglight assembly check for a loose wire inside the assembly. I had the same problem on mine but it only affected one of the foglights. Also check with a test light at the connector where it connects into the foglight assembly. Also make sure foglight bulbs are properlly tighted.
For me I managed to install the foglights but not sure how to connect to the power and bring the wire to the dashboard. My car didn't come with wiring connections for foglights. Would appreciate if someone can help me with that ( possibly instructions with pictures), Thanks.
Fog lights are connected to pin 13,14.
Fog light switch is "B". Because the current is many Amps, contact surfaces are heating up.
After that the contact opening "C" is melting (made of plastic) so the fog light stays "ON".
hiya from uk the rear fogs and front fogs will only work when head lights are on also this is the correct operation re if weather conditions warrant use of fog s then you should req head lights ? if you understand ? as for indicators/hazards this problem is more than likely the relay switch is at fault ? this relay on most modern cars is the hazard lights switch which is a combined indicators and hazard lights relay unit try a replacement or price a new unit hope this helps ?