Look up the factory fog light instructions (Same set up) . The only difference is that you are placing them in the corner vents and not popping out bottom grill.
Remove grill for better access. Then proceed to remove bulbs. The fog lights set inside casing. Unscrew them and replace bulbs. Return mechanism s and they should shine properly.
under the driver set there is a fuse box, locate it, once you've opened the fuse box flip the cap over and find the fuse for the fog lights. pull it out. fog lights bypassed.
Assuming this is for one of the 2 rear fog lamps, then remove the three bolts from the rear lamp housing. The fog lamp is the bottom bulb in the set. Give the bulb holder a quarter turn anti-clockwise and remove the bulb and holder from the lamp housing. The bulb is held in place by a plastic clip either side. Spread the clip sideways slightly and the bulb will pull out. Put new bulb in and replace.
Fog is rare in London outside of TV programmes set in the 1800s
Your headlights should be set to low-beams whenever you meet oncoming traffic, as a courtesy to prevent your headlights from distracting the other driver. You should also use low beams when driving in fog or heavy rain, to prevent light reflected by the rain or fog from blinding YOU.
Under the back seat on the right side. Lift the seat bottom.
The bulbs are LEDs (light emitting diode). It is a set of bulbs, fused together, you cannot change individual bulb. You can buy a set from any dealer or from the Internet and change it by yourself or you can go to a mechanic.
The heating element is just maintaining the set level and conditions are cooling it off quickly such as a draft. Check your heating wafer and replace or set the thermostat at a slightly higher temp.
Where do you set crank and cam shaft marks to set timing on a 1996 Nissan Pathfinder?" Did the timing belt snap ? if so the engine will have bent valves and require more work than just the belt. This is timing belt job is not one for the inexperienced diy mechanic. Not trying to be a wise guy, but get the manual, the timing mark set up isn't a simple explanation .
Courtesy of ehow.com:1 Park the vehicle on a level surface away from traffic. Loosen the lug nuts of the front wheel on the side of the Miata that has the blown fog light. Block the rear wheel on that side of the vehicle with both wheel chocks.2 Lift the front of the vehicle with the jack. Place a jack stand under the front frame and lower the vehicle onto it.3 Remove the loose lug nuts and front wheel by hand. Loosen the black plastic trim pins in the inner wheel well trim with the Phillips screwdriver and then pry them out with the trim tool. Fold the trim over to expose the rear of the fog lamp assembly.4 Use the socket set to remove the bolts from the guard panel over the fog lamp assembly. Move the guard aside by hand.5 Squeeze the fog light socket by hand, turn it counterclockwise and then pull it back, out of the fog lamp assembly.6 Remove the old bulb from the socket by hand and replace it with the new H1 fog light bulb. Insert the socket into the lamp assembly and turn it clockwise until it clicks into place.7 Reinstall the guard, inner wheel well trim, wheel and lug nuts in reverse of how you took them off. Lower the Miata off the jack stand with the jack. Tighten the lug nuts with the lug wrench before driving.
well you pop the trunk and if there is a hole light that goes across than you will have to replace the hole back light set but if not thay will come out indvisily and you can get to it from the trunk pull back the carpet that covers the back and there will be some nut take off and it should come out of the out side