How to Replace Fog Light Housing 11-14 Ford F 150

How to Replace Fog Light Housing 11-14 Ford F 150

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1A Auto Shows you how to install, repair, fix, change, or replace a broken, damaged, burned out, cracked, faded, cloudy or chipped fog light. This video is applicable to the 11, 12, 13, 14, Ford F-150

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• Ratcheting Bit Driver

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T.L. Palmer says:

Great video, to bad you don't actually carry the part.

UF1 says:

I did this install yesterday. Word to the wise….GET THAT STUBBY RATCHET BEFORE ATTEMTING TO REMOVE ADJUSTMENT SCREW! It can be done but driver side is a sob to get to! Also, i installed after market led fogs and the area where the spring and screw goes was about 1/4" smaller than oem so had to compress spring to get it in there which was HELL! This can be done with tire installed but would be much easier with tire off.

Rick Reyes says:

Great instructional video… Your website displays everything I need… It would be nice if those needed items were in stock…

d gronzega says:

thanks for the video. It lets me know what I am working with before going in, so as not to break things by forcing it.


I like how you demonstrated how you used the screwdriver to release the clips.

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