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3rd gen fog light led pods

Discussion in 'Modified 2002 - 2005 Explorers' started by tbiv, December 25, 2016.

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    1. tbiv

      tbiv New Member

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      Has anyone ever tried to put led pods in the fog light housing? Ive seen it done on a sport trac but never an explorer. I'd like to try but don't quite know where to start.
       
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      As in an LED ballast? I'm not sure about that, however there are some "halo" LED fogs that I plan on getting soon, which run roughly $50 per set


      http://www.autolightpros.com/2002-f...xed4ODQxEetY31LMrwO2o6AEOB6g_lPdU8aApRr8P8HAQ
       
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      I see what you mean in "pods" now. I think they would look great if wiring could be fogured out
       
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      When I look behind the fog light, there just does not seem to be anywhere to mount them. I have only seen it done once and it was an Explorer on Instagram so I couldn't see any details.
       
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      Here is the one off Instagram
       
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      I'm going to be that guy to bring this back up... anyone done it? I'm toying with the idea as well right now

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      @drakeguy22 do you have amber lights or an amber cover on your fogs? Been trying to find amber covers for my 03.
       
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