Fog light retro

drperry

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Just bought me some H11 powered Ford Fushion projector fog lights to retrofit into my Sierra :thumbs:

However... After taking a quick look at the truck, it looks like I'll have to drop the valence to get the fog lights out... Is that the only way? :dunno:

Later on these projectors will be getting a 3000k HID kit :thumbs:

Also... WTF are the factory bulbs? :lol:
Never seen them before... They don't have power ratings that I can see on them...

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I still haven't decided if I'm going to do it the lazy way and just put the projectors in the empty space, or retro them into the factory housings...
 

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Uh the factory fogs pop out with three small clips. No need to drop the valence
 

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Go look at my fog light thread for pics.
 

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Go look at my fog light thread for pics.


The only one I could find was when you put the 6000k HID's in your blue truck...

You mean the GMT900 Sierra like yours where I removed the fogs so you can see the housings and such?

If so, that's the correct one. :lol:


I just thought the pics might help you get an idea. :cheers:
 

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