Fog Light Replacement Mazda B3000

How to replace fog lights. This video goes step by step to show you how to replace your fog lights in a mazda B-series pickup truck. It isnt as simple as it looks because the bumper has to come off (4 bolts). The bolts holding my lights in were rusty and most of them broke so I replaced them. I was impressed with the quality of the lights for the price and I will keep everyone posted on how they last.

Link to the fog lights: http://amzn.to/2cqdLpe

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26 thoughts on “Fog Light Replacement Mazda B3000

  1. You should change this title to how to break your bolts in five easy steps. 😅 Lol. But seriously I think this is the video I was looking for I was trying to replace my valance. And no other information I could find would help on a 2008 Ford ranger.

  2. My 98 4×4 Rangers bumper won't come off without removing the toe hooks or bumper support brackets.. Had to make 4 cutouts on both lights to access the hidden/bottom bolts. No bumper removal necessary

  3. I followed this exact video last year to replace damaged units and realized they really kind of annoying to replace, but then tragedy struck when i smashed into a snowbank this morning and broke of the housings … dammmit.

  4. I recently put a pair of fog lights on my Tacoma, got a bit of a vibration, not much. But noticable going on. What's the best way to get rid of it.

  5. Chris, if the lower valance doesn’t have a cut out for fog lights, but has the outline, can I cut it myself and make my own or will I need to buy a new valance? I’m sure the one i have without the fog lights doesn’t have the holes for the bolts

  6. Big thanks Chris for this informative video. im working with Autoparts warehouse data and catalog department and I appreciate your acknowledgement to autopartswarehouse.

  7. What idiot engineer designed the design of these lights? And got paid for it? I just watched a video on replacing the same foglights in a 2001 Ranger, and, all it took was replacing 3 screws to remove each light assembly. I thought these vehicles were basically the same?

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