Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 01:25:55 GMT
From: gdsnopsam.net
Subject: Re: Fog lights


That's the way it looks to me. I figured that when it went out I'd get it changed right away and climbed under the car. Only to find that there's a plate there with no way to go thru it. Didn't know if there was an easier way, but apparently not. Thanks for the info and I guess I'll take it somewhere to get it changed. Greg On Fri, 10 May 2002 17:10:14 +0100, "Phil Born" <philbornnopsam.fsnojunknet.co.uk> wrote: > ><gdsnopsam.net> wrote in message news:3cdb3fd7.104088411nopsam.toad.net... >> I've got a 1996 900SE convertible and had a fog lamp go out. What's >> the easiest way to change one of these? Thanks. > >Are you talking about the front fog-light? If so, and if it's anything >like my '97 900 turbo, the easiest way is to take it to a garage and have >them do it! > >Seriously, you'll probably have to get the car up on ramps so you can access >the under-tray, remove that (on which all of the screws will probably have >rusted and seized) to access the fog-light from the rear, and change the >bulb. There have been a few 'alternatives' posted here in the past, but all >of them seemed liked just as much work to me. > >If anyone else does know an easier, simpler way, I'd love to hear it. > > > >

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