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Added HIDS to fog lights.

Discussion in 'Exterior' started by Spaceman Spiff, Oct 17, 2020 at 9:36 PM.

  1. Spaceman Spiff

    Spaceman Spiff Member

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    Put HIDS in my fog lights.

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    Are those the OEM housings?
     
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    Yes. Factory housings.
     
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    I did that for a while but I found that oem fog light housings tend to get water in them in the winter and it pops the bulb, then I tried some waterproof projectors those worked but the light output was whack, then I went with some rectangular 12 led light bars (1 for each side) and those work fantastic but you have be creative with making a bracket I took the oem light apart used the mount from the oem fog lights and drilled a center hole and mounted them that way, the mount is plastic so over time it will wear out sometimes they crack so a small metal bar may help. whatever you use it has to be something you can assemble and align on the bumper it can be tricky to mount them.
     

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