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Old 12-27-2019, 02:31 PM #16
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Thanks mate I'll check that out. How is the output? Do you happen to have any photographs of them in use?
The output was pretty good from what I remember. Alas, I do not appear to have any photos of the output on them.
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It's a shame people go through all the trouble to post something like that but don't post a link to the product(s). SMH.
If you click on the "two of these" that's underlined above the first pic in the first post it takes you to the amazon ones he bought. Here it is again though: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...iglink20350-20. They seem really bright from some of the review photos.
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The output was pretty good from what I remember. Alas, I do not appear to have any photos of the output on them.
Do they have that cut-off that projectors have or are they full blast?
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If you click on the "two of these" that's underlined above the first pic in the first post it takes you to the amazon ones he bought. Here it is again though: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...iglink20350-20. They seem really bright from some of the review photos.
Ahh, I see what happened now, the underlined words are blended into the picture. Only visible on my device if you know it's there. Probably not the best way to post that link in this case. I'm glad he did post it though even If I couldn't find it.
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What does an OEM fog cost? And do they have good output?

I ask that, as I learned that my fogs are....something...else...


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Saw that my "My take on" thread got referenced earlier. Just as an update, the output of the lights is great at night, but they are far to bright to drive around with them on all the time. Definitely not a great option if you are looking to have them all all the time.
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Does anyone know what the two plugs are down there? The hack job fogs I have just make no sense. I honestly can't even tell what's powering them... Haha
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What does an OEM fog cost? And do they have good output?

I ask that, as I learned that my fogs are....something...else...

I've been looking for OEM's myself...seem to usually run between $65 - $85 each in decent used condition...
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I've been looking for OEM's myself...seem to usually run between $65 - $85 each in decent used condition...
Check out partsgeek.com. $87/ea brand new.

You will also need to check your directional stalk to see if the fog switch is present, and likely will need to add the fog relay in the fuse panel under the hood.

Also, the 96-98 have different OE fogs than the 99-02 models.
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Check out partsgeek.com. $87/ea brand new.

You will also need to check your directional stalk to see if the fog switch is present, and likely will need to add the fog relay in the fuse panel under the hood.

Also, the 96-98 have different OE fogs than the 99-02 models.
Nothing on the stalk sadly, but the previous owner added a nice Amber light for the "fogs" they added. I thought about getting one of those oem fog switches and uses the one the PO installed for something else.
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