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william john



Member Since: 19 Aug 2018
Location: wolverhampton
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United Kingdom 2012 Freelander 2 SD4 HSE Auto Stornoway Grey
fog lamps

Recently replaced front fogs with combined fog with halo drl,s. A trick i used was to "screw" a 3/16 plastic nut on the back of the fixing torx pins after passing them through the fog lamp fixings. So when you offer up the fitting you don,t risk dropping the bolts and same when removing the lamps. Because the plastic nut is a loose fit they stay attached but do not impede on tightening the bolt.

Post #363740 14th Jan 2019 10:41 pm
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Texou



Member Since: 17 Jan 2021
Location: paris
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France 

hello,
I have a problem with a front fog after a little shock.
I need to fix it inside the front body part.
Did you dismount the front body part ? Do you know how to proceed ?
I don't find any documentation till now on this operation.
Thanks

Post #402841 17th Jan 2021 4:50 pm
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ozjeff62



Member Since: 28 May 2018
Location: Sydney, NSW
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Australia 2011 Freelander 2 SD4 SE Auto Ipanema Sand

Hi Tex, don't know if you got a result for this - you just need to remove the plastic inner guard to get access to the front fog lights. A fairly straightforward procedure.

Cheers MY11 SD4 SE Auto

Post #403933 11th Feb 2021 7:04 am
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Texou



Member Since: 17 Jan 2021
Location: paris
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France 

Hello Jeff,
Thanks for your help.
In fact, the shock broke the fixing bracket (inside the bumper) of the front fog light. So, I had to disassemble all the right-hand side of the bumper. Fortunately, someone suggested a video to do that and it has been very helpful.
And I found a spare for the piece in charge to clean the light which exploded during the shock. Very lucky indeed.
Best.

Post #403964 11th Feb 2021 7:44 pm
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