Alluring design will update the look of your car
Both affordable and practical
Easy to fit into your vehicle
Fog beam pattern compliments factory headlights to provide optimal visibility.
It is Ideal for traveling in darkened and foggy locations.
Low working temperature provided by aluminum material generates superior heat dissipation
Install Your Fog Lights
1. Make sure your vehicle is parked and turned off. Try to have it on as level a surface as possible. Engage the parking brake
2. Open the hood. Bumper mounted fog lights are typically below the headlights. Check your vehicle manual if you have difficulty locating them.
3. Disconnect the fog light switch from the housing. This disconnects the fog light from the vehicle’s power system. It should disconnect by detaching the clip.
4. Remove the washer, bolt, and nut. This will allow you to remove the fog light housing. Make sure that you hold on to all your parts until the installation is complete.
5. Remove the housing. Be careful not to scratch the bumper. If you are installing grille or roof-mounted lights, lift away from the vehicle to be sure to avoid scratching the roof or body.
6. Insert the new fog light. The housing should fit into the space left by the old one. If it does not, you may have purchased the incorrect headlights.
Make sure that the bolt holes line up; otherwise you may have to drill new ones.
7. Insert the bolt. Thread the washer and nut over the bolt, tightening with a ratchet or wrench. Do not over tighten as you may damage the fog light housing or the vehicle. The housing should be snug and immobile.
8. Reattach the switch. Reconnect the fog light switch using the clip. The new fog light should now be properly powered by the vehicle’s battery.
9. Start the ignition. Test your new lights. Ensure that the angle is good for visibility and won’t shine in other drivers' eyes.
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