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Can some kind strangers on here kind enough do a DIY video on how to remove these fog lights both left and right? I did my search on youtube, but there's only a vid for the coupe not the Sedan. Is it possible to remove these fog light w/o removing the front bumper?

Btw, I'm a novice.

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Page 515 in the manual.

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I saw the manual, it only show driver side, but not passenger. That section show how to change bulb not taking out the fog light unit like how it show for the driver side. My bad if I got this mix up.
 

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I saw the manual, it only show driver side, but not passenger. That section show how to change bulb not taking out the fog light unit like how it show for the driver side. My bad if I got this mix up.
Is it possible that it may be the same for both sides?

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why can't they make it easy like the coupe with just 1 screw.. =/

Thanks for the inputs, I'll try it this weekend when I have enough time to figure this out.
 

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Is it possible that it may be the same for both sides?

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It is the same for both sides
As mentioned you need a long Philips screw driver and loosen 1 screw as stated on the owners manual and then pop off the plastic trim around the fog lights as per the manual and the rest is just like it says on the owners manual
-remove two screws and the whole assembly comes out
Really easy removal should take you about 10 mins tops per side
I install HIDs as a little side job for some extra cash and I've done 3 '13 Accords including mine and it's really easy
Here's a recent job I did with 3000k HIDs fogs
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the owner's manual is difficult, because I've tried today. Inserting a flat head into the small opening of the black plastic trim and pulling out is not as easy as it looks, because apparently I think there is a screw at the bottom of the fog light black plastic trim. I was pulling pretty hard but I didn't want to pull too hard so I checked and the black plastic piece is apparently screwed to something under. I've looked through the forum and someone suggested loosen the "compression screw?" I can't remember entirely. If I do have a chance to mess with the fog light again I will post a tutorial when I get the chance.

I find replacing the fog light bulb through the fender lining is a bit tricky since not all of us could fit our hand through the opening.
 

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the owner's manual is difficult, because I've tried today. Inserting a flat head into the small opening of the black plastic trim and pulling out is not as easy as it looks, because apparently I think there is a screw at the bottom of the fog light black plastic trim. I was pulling pretty hard but I didn't want to pull too hard so I checked and the black plastic piece is apparently screwed to something under. I've looked through the forum and someone suggested loosen the "compression screw?" I can't remember entirely. If I do have a chance to mess with the fog light again I will post a tutorial when I get the chance.

I find replacing the fog light bulb through the fender lining is a bit tricky since not all of us could fit our hand through the opening.
Check my how to
Hope it helps...

http://www.driveaccord.net/forums/showthread.php?t=171249
 

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