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    Would anyone know the correct procedure for accessing & removing the fog light on a Peugeot 4007?

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    One option appears to be the removal of the inner guard covers.

    Perhaps a Mitsubishi Outlander manual could be the answer!

    Cheers,

    K

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    Replacement Peugeot 4007 07-> Right Hand O/S Front Fog Light Round - Replacement from NP Autoparts UK looks very like a C4 light. 4007 Fog light-c4_foglight.jpg

    You get at the C4 by removing the surround to expose the screws. Probably go in from behind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasink View Post
    Replacement Peugeot 4007 07-> Right Hand O/S Front Fog Light Round - Replacement from NP Autoparts UK looks very like a C4 light. Click image for larger version. 

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    You get at the C4 by removing the surround to expose the screws. Probably go in from behind.
    Thanks for the info.

    I am hoping that an alternative manufacturer light is available (eg Mitsubishi), as in order to obtain a Peugeot replacement, you have to buy 2 x fog lights at a cost of $950.00!!!

    Cheers,
    K

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    6208.Y2, they come by the each with bulb, Australian RRP not currently obtainable. €246 each in France with TVA.

    Cheapest aftermarket I found, is about 21 posted, ex-Poland. I'd add the following caveats - it probably doesn't include a bulb, and will likely be from one of the Taiwanese suppliers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by addo View Post
    6208.Y2, they come by the each with bulb, Australian RRP not currently obtainable. €246 each in France with TVA.

    Cheapest aftermarket I found, is about 21 posted, ex-Poland. I'd add the following caveats - it probably doesn't include a bulb, and will likely be from one of the Taiwanese suppliers.
    Even at that price (about $45.00), it would be worth considering. The only issue with mine is a broken front glass - probably a stone.

    Will investigate further when I can.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by KIMDEB View Post
    Would anyone know the correct procedure for accessing & removing the fog light on a Peugeot 4007?

    One option appears to be the removal of the inner guard covers.

    Perhaps a Mitsubishi Outlander manual could be the answer!

    Cheers,

    K
    Hi Kim PM me with an email address and I can send you the service box instructions cheers
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    Hi Meggsy,

    Have just sent you a PM as requested.

    Cheers,

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