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My left fog light glass broke from a rock while I was driving, (I was really upset), but tbh I also did plan on upgrading them to some LEDs that match the color of the DRLs that come with the stock headlights. Do you guys have any affordable suggestions? Anything easy to install along with affordability? I plan on getting some LED headlights as well in the near future, hopefully by next year. I guess suggestions for that would be pretty cool too! Thank you!

BTW, in case ya'll didn't read the title, I have a 2018 Hatchback EX-T. I'm not sure if that would make a difference in what housing and bulbs I should get. Thanks again.
 

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I can't help on what to use, but I had a stone hit on my 2018 Sport Touring Hatchback fog light, left side also, but the light still worked. A heads up. I found out to replace the bulb with anything, the front bumper had to be removed. No easy access. I had a body shop do it, as at the same time I replaced my wimpy meep, meep horn, with a much better louder one. They did both jobs at the same time, & as I recall, didn't charge me that bad a price.
 

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Absolutely correct on the bumper needing to be removed. Turns out that it isn't actually terribly difficult to do should anyone ever need to give it a whirl; I found this video helpful:


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I too had to replace the front drivers side fog lamp as I got a crack in the glass. I took off the whole bumper and got it back on although it's ever so slightly different from what it was. I did want to say though, that you don't need to take off the bumper if you just need or want to replace the bulb. You only need to take off the bumper if you need to replace/remove the entire housing. To replace the bulb only there's just three screws to remove that lets down this flap to get your hand up to be able to pull out the bulb. Just an FYI.
 
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