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    Astra H rear fog lights

    Ive been servicing my astra and geting it ready for its test and checking the bulbs
    Only got the rear fog light working on the right hand side.
    the left on doesnt work and thought the bulb has gone so I swapped the bulb and still not working.
    there is a bulb inplace on the left, and does nothing
    My mate has the exact same car and does the same
    So, what exactly is the blub for
    Is it suppose to have 1 or 2 rear fog lights?

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    Just the one

    White is the new Black

    FARMYARD TUNING

    LEH IS THE FUTURE

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    its just the one, (right one) in other countries its the left that work,

    You will have a bulb in the left tho.

    There is a how to to wire it up as its just one wire that needs inserted to get it working

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    Quote Originally Posted by munkie View Post
    its just the one, (right one) in other countries its the left that work,

    You will have a bulb in the left tho.

    There is a how to to wire it up as its just one wire that needs inserted to get it working
    As the hairy one has said, it comes with only 1 wired up but both clusters have the bulb and holder in place to save on costs (ironically).

    It's just as simple as splicing into the loom for the RHS cluster and taking a feed from the bulb there to the same bulb in the LHS cluster

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    in addition to the previous comment you need to add a pin in the LHS plug to power the fog. (3rd pin down IIRC)

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    Quote Originally Posted by domino View Post
    As the hairy one has said, it comes with only 1 wired up but both clusters have the bulb and holder in place to save on costs (ironically).

    It's just as simple as splicing into the loom for the RHS cluster and taking a feed from the bulb there to the same bulb in the LHS cluster
    Im not hairy you checky bugger .

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    Quote Originally Posted by munkie View Post
    Im not hairy you checky bugger .


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    Well I never knew that! That will give me something to do next weekend once I find the "how to".

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    thx for the replys guys, thought it was someting like a broken wire.lol

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    I think we all thought it was a bulb/fuse/wire related item at 1st

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