How to Install Fog Lights on a Honda Civic (2007 body)


Installation Steps

This video depicts Spyder Fog Lights being installed on a 4-door 2007 Honda Civic. Although this video is representative of most vehicles, the installation process may vary slightly for your particular vehicle.

  1. Pop open your hood.
  2. Remove the plastic tabs holding down your radiator cover. Use a flathead screwdriver to remove the two tabs in the front-middle. For the side tabs, use a panel popper to prevent breaking the tabs.
  3. Gently remove the radiator cover and set it aside.
  4. Remove grill bolts (two bolts – one each on the right and the left sides of grill area) using an Allen wrench.
  5. Remove the screws on each side of the car that connect the far-end of the bumper.
  6. Remove the plastic tabs under the bumper (around 10 tabs total). Once all tabs are removed, pull off the bumper.
  7. Unplug the fog light from the power terminal.
  8. Unscrew the fog light from its housing.
  9. Push current fog light toward the middle and it will slide out of the bumper.
  10. To install the new light, slide it through the front of the bumper, lining up the outer slots.
  11. Push to lock everything in place. Replace screw.
  12. Turn on the lights to ensure functionality.
  13. Repeat steps 7-11 on the other side.
  14. Replace your bumper by repeating disassembly steps in reverse order.
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