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How to Replace Fog Light Bezels 2007 - 2016 GMC Acadia

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Created on: 2016-10-12

How to install, repair, fix, change, or replace a broken, damaged, burned out, cracked, faded, cloudy or chipped fog light on 12 GMC Acadia

  1. step 1 :Removing the Wheel Well Liner
    • Turn the wheel out of the wheel well
    • Remove the seven T20 Torx screws from the outer wheel well liner
    • Remove the eight plastic clips from the inner wheel well liner
    • Pull out on the bottom portion of the wheel liner
    • Remove the wheel liner
  2. step 2 :Removing the Fog Light Assembly
    • Remove the trim ring from the fog light by pushing down and out on the tabs
  3. step 3 :Installing the Fog Light Assembly
    • Insert the tabs into their correct slots and push the trim ring into place
  4. step 4 :Installing the Wheel Well Liner
    • Insert the inner wheel well liner into place
    • Install the eight plastic clips to the inner wheel well liner
    • Install the seven T20 Torx screws to the outer wheel well liner

Tools needed

  • Side Cutters

    Flat Blade Screwdriver

    T20 Driver

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In this video, we're going to show you how to remove and replace your fog light bezel in the bumper of your 2012 GMC Acadia. We're going to be working on the passenger side, but this process will be the same on the driver side.

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Here are the items you'll need for this repair: T20 Torx driver, flat blade screwdriver, and side cutters.

This job can easily be done on the ground, but we're going to raise and support our vehicle to make it easier to film and show you what's going on. Turn your wheel in to whatever side you're working on. We're going to be working on the passenger side, so we'll cut our wheel all the way to the left. If you're working on the driver side, you'll want to cut the wheel all the way to the right.

Remove the seven T20 Torx screws. We have two on the bottom here and five running up along the backside of the bumper and the fender. From this point we can peel the inner fender liner backwards, just enough that you should be able to look inside and access the back of the housings. We are going to remove the series of plastic clips from the inside to remove the front half of the inner fender just to make it easier to film and show you what you're looking for.

Remove the eight plastic clips securing the inner fender well in. We have three in the top area here, one over at the front (in the middle), two down at the bottom, and these two at the back of the front portion of the liner at the bottom in the middle here.

There's a few different ways to remove these style clips. I like to try to take a small, flat blade screwdriver and work up the center part of the clip just a little. Once you get it up some, if you have the room to get in there with a pair of side cutters, you can sneak them underneath and then pry up evenly from both sides. Once the center is out, you can pop the lower portion out the same way.

To remove the wheel liner, pull out on the bottom portion here and pull down and forward to release the front half of the wheel well from the rear and sneak it out of the bottom.

The six tabs that secure the fog light bezel are located around the edges here with one larger alignment tab at the 9 o'clock position, looking at it from the rear on the passenger side. Remove the trim ring with the bezel for the fog light by pushing down on the plastic tabs on the outer ring here and pushing out. Have your hand ready on the other side in case it pops loose to make sure you don't drop it and cause it to get scratched or damaged. Once the tabs are released, you can remove the chrome bezel from the bumper.

We have six evenly spaced tabs here, and one alignment tab that sticks out farther in the center of the two here. You can see the corresponding hole in the bumper for that alignment tab, so we'll line that up and push the bezel back in until all the tabs snap back into place.

Reinstall your inner wheel well liner. Do this by pushing it up from the bottom and rotating it in over the tire. Be sure that the top slides into place behind the rear liner, as well as on the sides. Once you have some holes lined up, you can start installing your eight push pins. Set them up like this. Install the bottom half and then pop the tab into place. Reinstall your seven T20 Torx screws. We'll start them a couple of threads by hand before we install them with our socket and ratchet.

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