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  1. 2000 e46 318i Replacement Fog Xenons 
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    I've got some super white bulbs to replace the existing fog halogen bulbs but I have no idea how to remove the fog light covers to gain access to replace the hb4 bulbs. I don't want to damage the covers by doing the wrong thing!
     
     

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    One of the other members will know the answer to this as i have never looked on mine, but all the previous cars i have had you access the bulb from behind the light unit.
     
     

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    Yeah if that is the case then I guess you have to go through the wheel arch or unclip the front guard. Opening the hood there is not enough space to stretch all the way down to the fogs. I guess I just need to know where to start so I don't want to go about it the wrong way. All other posts online seem to be for the circular style fog covers which have access from the front by unclipping the cover, where as mine are oval and inline with the number plate.
     
     

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