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Old 03-01-2016
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Fog light housing removal

Hi, my drivers side fog light on my 2006 Ranger sport has condensation in it. I dried it out and it came back, so it must have a crack in it. I bought a replacement housing, and looked at replacing it. There is the plastic mounting bracket that it mounts into, and that plastic mounting bracket appears to be held on by three bolts, one on the side that is easy to get at...but the other two appear to be in a position where the bumper needs to come off to access them. I can get one of the 2 loose, but the last bolt is completely buried. If I could loosen the third bolt, I could probably rock that bracket back enough to slide the fog light housing out. Does anyone have any ideas on this issue?

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