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TOYOTA TUNDRA OEM FOG LIGHT INSTALLATION
These aftermarket fog lights for 2007-2009 Toyota Tundra is the hottest item on Turbometal.com, below is a detailed installation guide for these 07-09 Toyota Tundra Fog Lights Kit.
Items needed for installation.
1. Phillips screwdriver
2. Lengthy flat-head screwdriver
3. Thin flat-head screwdriver
4. Breaker bar with 19mm socket
6. T-30 Hex
7. Wrench with a 1/4″ socket
Tundra Fog Light Installation.
Note: Please turn off your car before beginning this process.
Lift the hood of your Tundra; locate the fuse panel. Open the panel, at the far right side is where you will place the blue relay pointed out by the finger.
To install the fog lights start by removing the blanks on the bumper. Take the lengthy flathead screwdriver and insert it 9 o’clock on the driver’s side, 3 o’clock on the passenger’s. There is a tiny protrusion at those locations that snaps into the bumper on the inside. There are two other larger protrusions that lock into the bumper on the opposite side.
After removing the blanks, place the fog light into the black plastic housing. When installing the fog light into the housing, please be certain that the alignment screw will be on the bottom when placing it into the bumper. It will snap into place.
Now what you need to do is unscrew the two Phillips screws shown in the picture. After the screws have been removed, pull back on the loose plastic panel, but be cautious not to pull so hard. Pull the wire harness down and secure the fog housing. The purple circle indicates where the harness will be located. You’ll see the connector for the fog lamp; plug it in. Where the arrow is pointing, use one of the pushpins you have and secure the housing to the bumper.
Turn the steering wheel so you can access the screws on the column shown in the picture. After you remove the two screws, make sure to straighten the steering. This will make it easier when you put the steering wheel back on. Then remove the power from the truck by disconnecting the battery.
Next, use the thin flat-head screwdriver to remove the side steering wheel covers. Insert the head close to the airbag and apply very light pressure while moving the cover back towards the column. Then you can see the T-30 Hex screws, one on each side. Removing these will remove the airbag.
Once finished removing the nuts, make a small vertical line on the top of the wheel with a pencil, making sure that you can easily align the threads when you are done. Now the steering wheel can simply be pulled off. Make sure to take care in pulling the wires through the top of the wheel. Make sure that you do not rotate the spindle because it will make the VCS think the wheel is turned. Also it is very easy to break the connectors. Please be very careful on the follow step. When the airbag is pulled back, please disconnect the airbag connectors by using the screwdriver and prying up on the yellow tabs; then just pull them out. Make sure you disconnect the cruise control stalk wiring too, and remove the ground as well. After that, use the 19mm socket with breaker bar to get the nut loose. Hold onto the steering wheel while the nut left.
Remove the column shroud by pushing gently inwards; the top piece and bottom piece should separate. Be careful with the top piece, and you can pull the bottom piece out. Next, remove the steering wheel position sensor. Make sure all of the connectors going to the stalks and this are disconnected. The yellow connector is removed by using a flathead screwdriver and pushing the spring underneath towards the center console and pushing in that direction at the same time. You need to push the three connectors on the sensor to get it to come loose from the column (circled in blue). Place it to the side.
Last, remove the stalk assembly. Use the pliers and punch the metal clamp. At the same time, pull up the tab that is sticking straight up and pull the assembly towards you. Once this is out, you need to push on the wipe stalk tab (circled in blue). This will allow the wiper stalk to slide out. Place the wiper stalk back into the new assembly. You need to install in the reverse order to get it put back together. Make sure when connecting the airbag back together you push the yellow clips in after you have the connectors firmly seated in the panel.
Warning Disclaimer: The following instructions are given for informative purposes only. Try at your own risk. Turbo Metal is not responsible for damages because of this process.