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Chevrolet Camaro Fog Light Bulbs Replacement Guide
How to change a burnt out fog light bulb in the front fascia bumper cover of a 5th generation 2010-2015 Chevy Camaro.

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2014 Camaro Fog Light
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Black Plastic Wheel Well Liner
This automotive maintenance tutorial was specifically written to assist owners of the fifth generation (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015) GM Chevrolet Camaro in changing a burnt out fog light bulb in the front fascia bumper cover.

Owners of other General Motors vehicles such as the Spark, Cruze, Malibu, Sonic, Impala, Traverse, Tahoe, Trax, SS, GMC Terrain, Acadia, Yukon, Buick Verano, Regal, LaCrosse, Encore, Enclave and the Holden Barina may also find these DIY instructions to be helpful.

A replacement fog light bulb for the 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013 Camaro models is part number 5202 or Philips 12086.

The 2014 and 2015 Camaro model years instead have # H11 fog light bulbs.

The only tool needed to replace the bulbs is a Torx T20 star bit screwdriver.

Remove Torx T-20 Screws
3 T20 Screws Removed
Pull Back Wheel Well Liner
The first step is to turn the steering wheel all the way to the opposite direction of the burnt out fog light bulb.

Turning the front wheels will create more room for you to work in the wheel well.

Remove the three screws on the front of the wheel well liner or "splash guard" by turning them counterclockwise with the Torx T20 star bit screwdriver.

Gently pull back the wheel well liner to access the fog light bulb housing.

Fog Light Bulb Housing
Gently Pull Back Clips
Plug Retaining Clips
Gently pry back the two black plastic retaining clips on the electrical connector.

You may need to use a flathead screwdriver to loosen the retaining clips.

Slide the power plug straight off the base of the old fog light bulb.


Pull Off Electrical Connector
1/4 Turn Counterclockwise
Remove Old Fog Light Bulb
2014 & 2015 Models - Rotate the base of the old bulb 1/4 turn counterclockwise before pulling it straight out of the housing.

(2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013 - Squeeze together the two retaining clips on the base of the old # 5202 bulb before pulling it straight out of the socket. Please see my Chevy Tahoe Fog Light Bulbs Replacement Guide for pictures.

Philips H11 LL Halogen
Empty Bulb Socket
Insert New H11 Bulb
Try to avoid touching the glass part of the new halogen bulb with your fingers or anything greasy in the engine bay.

If you do get the new bulb dirty, wipe it clean with an alcohol moistened paper towel.

2014 & 2015 - Insert the new H11 bulb in to the socket and rotate it 1/4 turn clockwise to secure it in place.

If you would like to have brighter fog lights, install some compatible replacement H11 LED bulbs.

(2010-2013 - Push the new # 5202 or Philips 12086 bulb straight in to the socket until it clicks securely in to place.)

1/4 Turn Clockwise - Lock
Push On Power Plug
Replace Plastic Splash Guard
Push the power plug straight on to the base of the new bulb until it clicks securely in to place.

Replace the plastic wheel well liner.

Tighten Torx T20 Screws
3 T20 Screws Replaced
Test New Fog Light Bulb
Tighten the three Torx T20 screws in the clockwise direction until they are snug.

Test the new fog light bulbs by turning on the headlights and then activating the fog light switch.

For more, check out my other 2010-2015 GM Chevrolet Camaro DIY Repair Guides.

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