Good thing I did mine with LEDs so they won’t even draw as much current (didn’t need resistor/capacitor either)Kind of bizarre, but the owners manual actually warns of excessive electric use by running your fog lamps. That is not a real reason, but an interesting tidbit.
Perhaps this is a style thing, but there is no point in having both sets of lights on at the same time. If you are driving in fog, having the headlights on reduces visibility. If you are driving at night, having the fog lights on adds extra unneeded light near the driver reducing night vision.
Kind of bizarre, but the owners manual actually warns of excessive electric use by running your fog lamps. That is not a real reason, but an interesting tidbit.
Just changed mine this past weekend. I was all set to go in from underneath the car--until I got a look under there. I decided to go in through the wheel wells. I took out four plastic push-pins on the front-bottom and four from the front-inside of the wheel-well, and that gave me enough room to get my arm in there to access the fog light bulb. A quick squeeze uncouples the wiring harness plug, then a quarter-turn clockwise unseats the bulb assembly. Turning the tire inward helped as well. It was pretty straight forward once I figured it out.where the fog light bulbs easy to change ? just remove under splash guard to access them ?