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Chevrolet Tahoe Fog Light Bulbs Replacement Guide
How to change a burnt out fog light bulb in the front bumper cover of a 3rd generation 2007 to 2014 GM Chevy Tahoe.

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2014 Tahoe Fog Light
Turn Front Wheels
Plastic Wheel Well Liner
This automotive maintenance tutorial was specifically written to assist owners of the third generation (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014) Chevrolet Tahoe in changing a burnt out fog light bulb in the front bumper cover.

Owners of related General Motors full size trucks or SUV vehicles with similar fog light housings such as the Suburban, Avalanche, GMC Yukon, Yukon XL, Yukon Denali, Sierra, Cadillac Escalade and Hummer H2 may also find these DIY instructions to be helpful.

The OEM replacement bulb is part number PS24WFF.

Other compatible bulbs include the following: 5202, H16, 9009, ACDelco # 15839897 and Philips 12086.

The tools needed to replace the bulbs include a 7mm socket with a 1/4" drive ratchet, a flathead screwdriver and a pair of needle nose pliers.

Remove Upper 7mm Screw
7mm Screw Removed
Inner Plastic Fastener
The first step is to turn the steering all the way to the opposite side of the burnt out fog light bulb.

Then move to the wheel well liner or "splash guard" in front of the tire and remove the upper screw by turning it counter clockwise with a 7mm socket and ratcheting wrench.

Pry Out Smaller Center Piece
Center Piece Removed
Pull Out Larger Outer Piece
Pry out the center piece of the plastic fastener above the tire and then pull out the larger outer piece with a pair of needle nose pliers.
Pry Out Pop Rivet Fastener
Friction Fastener Removed
Pry Out 2nd Pop Rivet
Pry out the two black plastic pop rivet friction fasteners in the middle of the splash guard with the flathead screwdriver.
Loosen Lower 7mm Screw
7mm Screw Removed
2 Screws & 3 Fasteners
Loosen the lower screw by turning it counter clockwise with the 7mm socket and ratcheting wrench.

At this point, you should have removed two 7mm screws and three black plastic fasteners.

Pull Back Wheel Well Liner
Rear of Fog Light Housing
Squeeze Together Two Sides
Gently pull back the black plastic wheel well liner to access the rear of the fog light bulb housing.

Squeeze together the two light tan plastic retaining clips on base of the old fog light bulb.


Pull Out Old Bulb
Retaining Clips On Sides
Press Release Button
Pull the old bulb straight out of the housing.

Press the release tab on the black plastic electrical connector before sliding it straight off the base of the old bulb.

Pull Off Power Plug
Fog Light Bulb Socket
Push In New PS24WFF Bulb
Push a new # PS24WFF fog light bulb in to the socket until it clicks securely in to place.

Other compatible bulbs include the # Philips 12086, 5202, H16, 9009 and the ACDelco 15839897.

Push On Power Plug
Electrical Connector Replaced
Replace Wheel Well Liner
Push the electrical connector straight on to the base of the new fog light bulb until it clicks securely in to place.

Push the black plastic wheel well splash guard back in to place.

Replace Lower 7mm Screw
Push In Plastic Pop Rivet
Push In 2nd Pop Rivet
Replace the lower screw by turning it in the clockwise direction with the 7mm socket and ratcheting wrench.

Then push the two black plastic pop rivet friction fasteners in to the holes at the middle of the wheel well liner.

Push In Larger Outer Piece
Push In Smaller Inner Piece
Re-Insert Upper 7mm Screw
Push the larger outer piece of the two part fastener in to the hole near the top of the wheel well liner.

Then push the smaller outer piece in to the center to secure it in place.

Tighten 7mm Clockwise
Wheel Well Liner Replaced
Test New Fog Light Bulb
Replace the upper screw by tightening it in the clockwise direction with the 7mm socket and ratcheting wrench.

Make sure that all of the wheel well liner fasteners are securely in place and in the correct locations.

Test the new fog light bulb(s) by turning on the headlights and activating the fog lights switch.

For more, check out my other Chevrolet Tahoe DIY Repair Guides.

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