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The glass cover of one of the fog lights has broken on my car. I thought changing it couldn't be too hard a job and so I already have a whole fog light part to replace it myself. The Haynes Manual I have suggests there are to different styles of Fiesta fog light access that require it to be changed 2 different ways, either pop off the plastic panel and change it, or unscrew a screw pop off the panel and change it.

Now, the problem is... My Fiesta isn't either of those!!

From what I have deduced I can only work out I have to take off the entire front bumper to access the fog light. Is this right or am I missing something?

If necessary I could take a picture of where the fog light resides if it would aide anyone in knowing how to replace the fog light on my Fiesta?

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What is the country of origin for this Fiesta? Trim level? Are you sure the Haynes Manual you have covers the year of your MKVI? –  Mark Johnson Apr 25 '12 at 23:17
    
@Mark Johnson It is a UK Ford Fiesta, 05 plate (2005) 1.4 diesel, GHIA. The Hyanes Manual is for years 2002-2008. –  CurtisJC Apr 26 '12 at 12:44
    
On some vehicles you need to remove the headlamp to get at the fog light. I'm not familiar with Fiestas, but it may be worth a try. –  Tim Apr 27 '12 at 13:20
    
@Tim I'll try that tomorrow while it's light (and hopefully not raining!). –  CurtisJC Apr 28 '12 at 20:56
    
@Tim removing the headlight provided access to thru fog light –  CurtisJC Apr 29 '12 at 13:33
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It looks like on some Fiestas you need to remove the headlamp to access the fog light. http://www.fordownersclub.com/forums/topic/31017-new-fog-lights/

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