Anyone with experience....Replacing the stock LED foglight bulb or installing a fog light assembly on a car that didn't have them from the factory? You're not likely to find an aftermarket part that will fit in the stock location. Could maybe rig up some rally style lights like the MINI Coopers and Ford Mustangs use on the grille or bumper area (air inlet area for the radiator, I'm thinking), but you'll ideally want them mounted as close to the corners of the car as you can get them for them to be effective fog lights. If it's just an appearance thing, then you can put them wherever.
Anyone have any idea how hard it would be to install the factory fog lights into a car that wasn't originally equipped with them? Not sure if the factory fog light switch is on the turn signal stalk with the other lights or if it's a push-button on the dash. This is the first car I've had in a while that doesn't have fog lights and I kinda miss having them.
Anyone with experience....
What is the difference, why new stalk included in one ste, do we need it or programming?
I believe there will be stock cables fited till light location.. page 8 of attachment.
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Says the guy who gutted his suspension twiceIf its for looks and just wanting lights I cant see why anyone would go through the entire oem route since taking things apart throughout the way has a higher chance of scratching denting or damaging something in the process.
Only two times? haha what could go wrong.Says the guy who gutted his suspension twice
It's almost impossible to screw up this install, fortunately. The top of the steering column pops off with zero effort, the bottom is three screws, and then one screw and a clip to remove the stalk. To pop the fog light placeholder assembly that's in there out is 3 screws per side and it comes out with very little pressure from inside the bumper cover. I rolled up on a few rhino ramps and was able to access everything through the flexible plastic covers at the front corners on the bottom of the bumper. They're basically made to bend out of the way after you remove the clips holding them in place.
Thanks... exactly on my questions...Oh! Somewhere I have firsthand experience!!!!!
I installed mine for less than $200 USD DIY, with aftermarket foglights in factory style housings, and a factory switch and relay.
I have auto headlights and paid $50 for part number TK51-66-122A for a new stalk. The stalk is SUPER easy to install and I can provide more details if you'd like.
The relay is part #D09W-67-730 and cost $16.
The lights I got are from a company called "Winjet". They're available on Amazon for about $91. Part # is WJ30-0601C-09. They're the only ones I found that have OEM style connectors on them. They come with an aftermarket generic harness but will still connect to the OEM wiring that is ALREADY INSTALLED!!! The wires are clipped to the inside of the bumper cover.
The install was easy on the driver's side but a bit of a PITA on the passenger side because the bottom of one of the tanks (I think coolant) is right behind where the light goes. If you have a small 90 degree ratcheting screwdriver it'll make your life much easier.
I had everything done in about an hour and they look stock. They definitely light up the sides of the road a little better, and they look bad ass. Will provide pictures shortly. NOTE: There is a down side - they do cause some interference with the FM radio. Haven't figured out a way around that yet but I've got some ferrite beads on order to try.
Where are you? I have the takeoff covers and parts from my 2019, I wonder what it'd cost to ship them to you.Thanks... exactly on my questions...
Wiring exist as per my attachment.
Need stalker, no need programming.
Bad news this is the expensive kit. Thanks for links and prices. In Europe are bit higher...
For the smartass guys... decorative covers has a tendency to break and are hard to find... mine are broken with missing parts...
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I have automatic headlights. If you currently have automatic headlights (the ones that turn on when it gets dark), get the stalk WITH AUTO. If you get the wrong stalk your automatic headlights probably won't work anymore.Hi,
Have few questions to those that already got one of the two type of sets.
OEM style set with Stalk WITHOUT AUTO
1) Does Auto day running lights works?
2) Does Auto (low light) night lights work?
Alternative style with wiring harness and no stalk
1) Can you upload connection instruction received with kit?
2) Is it possible to connect in such a way, so fog lights not activate when auto day/night running lights start? And get activated only by shifting stalk from auto to low beams.
I think you overestimate the difficulty of a factory style install. There's no wiring at all involved - the wiring is already there - and the factory switch is modular (just pops right out and then the new one slides in).Gentlemen, gentlemen. For those of you beating yourselves up with changing OEM light switches or adding new switches in order to operate auxiliary lamps - save yourself the hassle and get yourself a remote control unit. You do all the necessary wiring under the hood, and connect the lamps through the remote control box. The lamps are controlled with the remote unit you have in the cabin of the car - just like the one you use to open and close your garage door. No finding a place to mount a new switch, or changing the existing headlamp switch, no drilling holes and fishing wires thru the firewall. Those living in Canada can find such units at either Princess Auto stores or JB’S Power Centres, for about $50. I’m sure other automotive centres also market the units. Life - and summer - is too short to do things the hard way....