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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
Zeaq, correct me if I'm wrong here . . the rear fog light is a single additional bright red taillight, usually in the left rear, to be used only in foggy conditions. As opposed to the US where most people think fog lights exist so you can light up the road in front of you (a common misconception), European and many Asian countries use them so other drivers can see you. Therefore, they also have them in the rear so the driver behind you can better judge his distance in fog. Think of the Autobahn, and you'll understand why they have it
Rear fogs are not DOT approved in the US, and I believe they're illegal in most states. So Del, don't even think about it
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You are right,Rear fog light is needed especially in foggy conditions.Looks like if the break is on.Anywheres my car is not a Asia spec, but a UK(england) car.Thats why there's a washer for the headlight,Milage in Miles etc..That's why the dealer mechanic is confuse with it since every car here is in KM...