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Old 12-13-2012, 06:47 AM   #1
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Changing Fog Lights bulbs

Anyone have a DIY with pics on installing these ??, looking to switch to LED's
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They will twist right into the stock bulbs location. You'll have to crawl under the Mustang to get to them though, unless you converted to the GT style where they are in the upper grill.

Your owners manual will give this:

9145–GT or H11–Pony
(V6) or GT Cal Special
(if equipped)

Googling H11 to LED gives this:

http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&key...l_4u4c0at0lh_b

30 bucks on Amazon. Twist the old ones out, twist these in from underneath.
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Thanks guys, I already purchased the LED's,
what I am looking for is 'how to get to them', looks like I need to take that fairing at the botton of the bumper off
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Thanks guys, I already purchased the LED's,
what I am looking for is 'how to get to them', looks like I need to take that fairing at the botton of the bumper off
Yes. The splash guard is held on by 9 screws. Pretty simple on/off. I think it's 7mm or 8mm? Lol
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Yes. The splash guard is held on by 9 screws. Pretty simple on/off. I think it's 7mm or 8mm? Lol
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