This is John from AGlobal and we’re
gonna be changing out a fog light and this is on a 2013 Kia Optima SXL. This
works for the 2011 2012 and 2013 Kia Optima. The Builb you’re gonna need is the H8This is a Sylvania 35 watt halogen. I don’t know if you can see this but I
prefer to use ramps rather than a jack but a jack can be used also and then I
gathered a piece of cardboard. One of the tools you’re gonna be needing is a
Phillips screwdriver. Basically there’s three screws you got one two and
three and what we’re gonna do is we’re just gonna fold this panel down that allows access to get up to the fog light and basically I’m just, it’s a two part
clip that I’m taking apart and basically I’m unscrewing the center portion of it
and then once it’s about 90% of the way out You can see that it comes right out
pretty easily. I’m gonna go ahead and do the other one now. You can see that it
comes down. There’s the third one and this just opens
up access to see inside. So to make this a little easier, I just put a little bungee cord on here tie it back so I have a nice easy access up into the
panel here to get to the foglight. So as we look up inside here you’ll see that
this is your fog light right here. Now we need to take the wiring off of it and I don’t know if you can see but I’m pushing the two points on each side of
this here and here this allows me to pull it off and then the actual bulb
that’s sitting in here. I’m going to turn that counterclockwise to where it’s
pointing downwards and then I’m going to just pull it out like so. Our new
bulb you have to be careful you don’t want to get anything on it and you want
to set that into the new holder. See this so in the down position it’ll sit flush.
Once you get it in there sit flush you turn it clockwise. and it’s in place you can feel it it’s
solid and our clip we’re just going to take our clip place it in where it snaps.