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Old 04-25-2015, 07:17 PM
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Removing Fog Bezels

Any idea how to remove the fog bezels on a 2015 grand cherokee?

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Old 04-26-2015, 01:53 PM
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Re: Removing Fog Bezels

Been asking the same question for awhile. Haven't received any replies for a 2015 though. Might pull the fenderwell liner this week and see what's behind it. Will let you know if I get mine swapped out from chrome to black. I think from feeling around behind the wheel liner the bezels are screwed into the light housing so that is why I need to get a better look.


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Re: Removing Fog Bezels

Im thinking same thing... I tried to pull them off but they wouldn't budge. Im assuming they are screwed in
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Re: Removing Fog Bezels

Yes as my replacement ones have 2 screw holes on the upper corners in the back of the bezels. Thought this was going to be an easy job but I guess it's a little more involved. If need be I will just undo the bulb and pull the whole front fascia off as that is supposedly a 10 min job.
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Re: Removing Fog Bezels

Dennis please let me know when you figure it out
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Re: Removing Fog Bezels

I'm interested in this as well. Please update us!
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Re: Removing Fog Bezels

Pull the bottom part of the front bumper off and reach up and unscrew them. It's a PITA.


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Re: Removing Fog Bezels

Pull the bumper off is easy and quick. Got it off in ~15min on my first try - and never did anything like that before ('15 JCG Limited). It will be hard to get that tiny T screw head into the fog bezels from behind the wheel well. Might be able to pull it off, but it's just easier to remove the front bumper.
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Re: Removing Fog Bezels

Hey give you guys heads up on the fog light bezels. Turn the wheel into the wheel well. There is two push pins and a screw to take out for the fender. The fog light bezels has two torx screws left and right side. Might be little hard to get to but just gotta work ur hand in there.
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Re: Removing Fog Bezels

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Hey give you guys heads up on the fog light bezels. Turn the wheel into the wheel well. There is two push pins and a screw to take out for the fender. The fog light bezels has two torx screws left and right side. Might be little hard to get to but just gotta work ur hand in there.

I did mine this way, first one took me 12mins, the other side took about 4mins after I knew what I was doing. Absolute breeze to be honest - and I used a cordless drill to remove the torx.


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Re: Removing Fog Bezels

I removed the bumper to get mine off. I think removing the bumper is not that hard to do, and I'm not that handy. There's a youtube video that shows how to do it.
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Re: Removing Fog Bezels

I found this PDF that has some instructions. Haven't done it myself though.
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