The Fusion is Ford's midsized sedan. According to the owner's manual, not all Fusion models come with fog lights. If you own a Fusion with fog lights, you'll be pleased to know that they are user replaceable. A visit to a professional isn't necessary if you have a burnt out fog light. The lights are accessible underneath the front bumper cover.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Phillips screwdriver
- Bulb H11
Switch the fog lights off, and then turn the Fusion's engine off. Apply the emergency brake for safety.
Access the area under neath the fog light and the front bumper. Look closely underneath the edge to find the four Phillips screws---on each side.
Remove the four Phillips screws. These hold the splash shield in place. Grasp the splash shield and pull it down. This gives you access to the fog lights from underneath the front edge of the Fusion.
Grasp the back part of the bulb socket from underneath the front edge of the bumper cover. Twist it counterclockwise to detach it. Pull the bulb down to view it. Squeeze the snap clips on the side of the connection. Pull the connection away from the bulb.
Plug the new bulb into the connection. You'll hear the connection and the bulb click together.
Insert the new bulb into the back of the fog light. Turn it clockwise to lock it in place. Push the splash shield back into position. Insert and tighten the four Phillips screws with your screwdriver.
Move over to the other side to replace the other fog light bulb. Follow the exact same procedure---it is no different on the driver's and passenger's side.
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