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#1 John Leiby

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Posted 22 October 2005 - 11:03 AM

I need to replace a fog light assembly on a '99 Outback. Two screws that secure it have easy access but there appears to be another screw that is I can't get to. Anybody replaced these before?
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Posted 23 October 2005 - 08:34 AM

I assume it is the same as the 97. I've had mine out a couple of times to change the bulbs.

There are just the 2 screws on the top. The other "screw" is part of the angle adjustment, or acts as a bit of a locator pin. I don't recall exactly. But it does not have to have anything done to it to get the unit out. You do have to get it aligned properly when putting the unit back in. There is a hole in the bumper surround that it slips into.

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