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Holding out for a set of fog lights at wholesale pricing? Wait no more! We've got the fog lights you're looking for! Our fog lights come in all sorts of styles and will make your favorite ride look hot! From the standard replacements to custom made, eye catching fog lights, we have it and so should you! We are positive we offer the fog lights you want and have them in stock every day, any day! You'll save time and money shopping for your fog lights with our online catalog.

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Useful Pointers for Fog Light Shopping

Fog lights are usually found under an automobile's headlights. You can normally see them mounted in the front bumper and aimed low. These lights typically come in a shape of a bar, but some of them are round. You can get them in yellow or white. Some fog lights even have both yellow and white in the same lens.

Fog lights are used to provide better visibility while driving through fog. But, you can also use it when going through places where rain, snow, or dust may be giving you a hard time moving forward with confidence.

Fog lights can be used instead of headlamps to be able to have light that can effectively penetrate through falling snow and fog. They generate a broad ray of light that allows you to see where you are headed, especially when driving under harsh weather conditions.

Aren't headlights enough?

The problem with headlights when passing through fog or rain is that the light that they produce can be reflected back to your eyes. In such instances, you will need a fog light to cut through the snow, rain, or fog. However, if the fog is too thick, the light coming from the fog light may also be reflected back to you. During these times, it is better to pull over to the side of the road for a while until road visibility gets better.

Yellow or White?

If you are choosing between yellow and white fog lights, your choice may be down to efficiency or style. The yellow ones are what you need if you want to get the most useful and safe lights available. On the other hand, white fog lights present more style and produce a beam that is similar to sunlight.

Furthermore, there are fog lights that are offered in different color tints other than yellow and white. Green fog lights are available from time to time. Plus, there are specific lamps made from tungsten-halogen lights that are excellent for brightening up the road at short distances, and you can get them in orange and blue. Orange fog lights are also effective in terms of providing adequate illumination and safety. However, the light coming from blue ones may sometimes be reflected back to your face when passing through fog or snow.


The fog light you should get is the kind that produces a dim, yet wide, beam. It is also important to check if the lights you want meet all U.S. safety requirements.

Repair Guides

How To Install a New Fog Light Assembly

It's time to say goodbye to your failing fog lights. Now, bring back your car's ability to go through fog, snow, rain, and dust while allowing you to still have good road visibility. If you have your new fog lights with you, then you are almost ready to install them in your automobile.

Putting brand-new fog lights to your vehicle is easy. You don't need sophisticated tools to help you in the process. It only takes a few steps to completely install a new fog light assembly to your automobile. Approximately, you'll be finished in about 20 minutes. Below is a list of the things you will need and the instructions to follow in installing your new fog lights into your automobile. So, be safe and have fun!

(Note: These are general instructions for all types of automobiles.)

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Things Needed:

  • Screwdriver
  • Fog Light

Safety Reminder: Put on protective glasses while working on your automobile. You can also wear latex gloves, closed toe shoes, and other personal protective equipment (PPE).

Step-by-Step Instructions:

  1. Closely check your existing fog light assembly.
  2. Remove the wiring harness from the fog light assembly.
  3. Take out the mounting screws of your old fog light assembly. These screws are normally found at the back of the fog light assembly.
  4. Take out the fog light assembly from your automobile.
  5. Get your new fog light and install it on your vehicle using the mounting screws that you removed earlier.
  6. Tighten the mounting screws just enough to keep your new fog light assembly securely installed. Be careful not to tighten the screws too much or they might cause damage to the assembly.
  7. Get the wiring harness connected to your new fog light assembly.
  8. Switch the fog lights on to see if they are working properly.

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