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Skoda Fabia: Foglights and daytime running lights

Skoda Fabia Owners Manual

Skoda Fabia / Skoda Fabia Owners Manual / Do-it-yourself / Fuses and light bulbs / Bulbs / Foglights and daytime running lights

Fig. 158 Front bumper: Protective grille/removing the fog light
Fig. 158 Front bumper: Protective grille/removing the fog light

Bulb location » Fig. 158.

  1. Bulb for daylight driving light
  2. Light bulb for fog lights

Removing the cap

Grasp the protective grille in the areas marked by the arrows » Fig. 158 - A and remove the cover in the direction of the arrow.

Replacing light bulbs for fog lights/daytime running lights

  • Insert your hand into the opening in the protective grille and press the catch » Fig. 158 - B in the direction of the arrow.
  • Remove the fog lamp.
  • Turn the connector with the bulb in counter-clockwise up to the stop and remove.
  • Replace the bulb, insert the holder with the new bulb and turn clockwise to the stop.
  • To re-install the fog light, first of all place the fog light with the lug on the side opposite the licence plate.
  • Press in the fog lamp on the side closest to the licence plate.
  • Insert the cap, beginning with the lug on the side opposite the license plate.
  • Press in the cap on the side facing the license plate. The cap must engage firmly.
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