Originally Posted by vksy
I could be the exception for all we know. Maybe the installer working on my car had one too many the night before.
Anyway, the good thing is that the 4 mounting tabs have identical spacing. So the light housing is centered whether the adjustment knob sits on top or is pointing south. If you have dainty hands
, the assembly can be flipped without going behind the bumper. Just remember to readjust the throw.
I experimented with pulling the black part off the fog light and switching it, and reversing one, etc, but I've decided I am not going to switch them around.
I have the adjusters maxed out and the fog light beam falls below the low beam (but is aimed much higher than when I got the car). So at this point I am going to use them as is.
If the aim is still too low, there is the possibility of using a few washers between the light frame and the car to change it, but I think mine are passable now.
Popping the snap rivets to adjust them from the bottom is not difficult, and obviously changing the bulbs on these things won't be an issue -- even though the manual recommends bringing it to a dealer...
If I could put 55 watt bulbs in without melting anything, that would probably be my only modification. In my experience LED lights are not bright enough to be worthwhile replacements, though I did put LED's in my last car because the fog lights were no better than running lights anyway.