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Nissan Murano Fog Light Bulbs Replacement Guide
How to change a burnt out fog light bulb in the front bumper cover of a 3rd generation 2015-2018 Nissan Murano.

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2017 Murano Fog Light
Turn Front Wheels
Wheel Well Liner
This automotive maintenance tutorial was specifically written to assist owners of the third generation (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and probably also the refreshed 2019 & 2020 model years) Nissan Murano SUV in changing a burnt out fog light bulb in the front bumper cover.

Owners of other Nissan and Infiniti vehicles such as the Rogue, Pathfinder, Armada, Versa, Sentra, Altima, Maxima, Leaf, 370Z, GT-R, Frontier, Titan, NV200, Q50, Q70, Q60, QX30, QX50, QX60, QX70 and QX80 may also find these DIY instructions to be helpful.

The compatible replacement halogen fog light bulb part number is H11.

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

The tools needed to access and replace the bulbs include a small flathead screwdriver and a plastic pry bar tool.

Pry Out Center of Fastener
Pull Out Base of Fastener
Pop Rivet Under Bumper
The first step is to turn the steering wheel all the way in the opposite direction of the burnt out fog light bulb.

This will give you more room to access the wheel well liner by the front tire.

There is a black plastic pop rivet friction fastener at the bottom of the wheel well liner or "splash guard" and also another one on the underside of the front bumper cover.

Pry out the smaller center piece of the pop rivet to unlock it.

Then pry out the base of the fastener from the wheel well liner. Set it aside in a safe place.

Look under the front bumper cover and locate the larger pop rivet fastener that secures the bottom of the wheel well liner in place.

Pry out the center of the fastener with the plastic pry bar tool and then remove the base of the fastener.

Two Pop Rivets Removed
Pry Open Wheel Well Liner
Access To Fog Light Bulb
Set the two pop rivets aside in a safe place.

Carefully pry out the front outer edge of the wheel well liner.

Rear of Fog Light Housing
Pull Back Release Tab
Power Plug Removed
Hold back the wheel well liner or "splash guard" to access the rear of the fog light housing.

Gently pull back the tab on the electrical connector to release it from the base of the old light bulb.

Pull the power plug straight off the base of the old bulb.

Electrical Connector Removed
1/4 Turn Counterclockwise
Old Light Bulb Removed
Rotate the base of the old light bulb 1/4 turn in the counterclockwise direction.

Pull the old light bulb straight out of the housing.


Osram H11 12V 55W
Empty Bulb Housing
Install New Fog Bulb
The OEM light bulb was an Osram H11 12V 55W which is the same as the Sylvania H11.

Avoid touching the glass part of the new halogen bulb with your fingers or anything greasy in the engine bay.

Insert the new H11 bulb into the housing and rotate it 1/4 turn clockwise to secure it into place.

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

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

Push the wheel well liner back into place.

Line Up Holes
Push In Pop Rivet
Bottom of Front Bumper
Line up the holes in the wheel well liner and the edge of the front bumper cover.

Push the pop rivet back into the wheel well liner.

Push in the center of the fastener to secure it into place.

Push In Pop Rivet
Wheel Well Liner Secured
Test New Fog Light Bulb
Then replace the other pop rivet into the underside of the front bumper cover.

Double check that the wheel well liner and front bumper cover are securely attached together.

To test the new light bulbs, turn on the headlights and turn on the fog lights switch.

Be sure to record the bulb change in your vehicle's service records.

For more, please check out all of my 2015-2018 Nissan Murano DIY Repair & Maintenance Guides.

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