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Clear vs Amber bulbs in Fog Lights Housings?

Discussion in 'Performance Lighting' started by Eltee, June 27, 2017.


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    1. Eltee

      Eltee Elite Explorer

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      My 13 XLT has the factory fogs with clear bulbs.

      Piaa makes an amber bulb that fits. I live in a coastal town that is prone to fog so I'm trying to decide whether or not to replace the factory bulbs with ambers. For REALLY foggy nights out here I have a set of Unity rectangular fog lights mounted on a bull bar.
       
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      I've always rocked amber foggies.

      As a general rule, you should keep all your lighting the same color temperature. It makes it easier to see, when all of your lights are the same color / color temperature.

      I've always gone with a modified version of that rule. All my down low & close in lighting is amber, all my long range lighting (including my headlights) is white.

      This scheme has always served me pretty well.

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      from what I understand while in fog white or amber work the same but in a blizzard the amber's work best but only when you turn off the main headlights but in most states that is not legal while driving in inclement weather
       
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      I have clear SliverStars.
       

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