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Old Jan 15, 2012, 07:50 AM
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<calgary>Looking to change driving lights to fog lights white to amber.

Anyone happen to know if theres a fog light replacement bulb that i could install in "Amber / yellow" I've always liked having amber fogs rather than white. for the look at function..

I guess i'll have to search my owners manual for the bulb number.. but they don't look easy to replace..


any links for how to's and or a place to buy the bulbs.. or is there a vinyl cover i could buy to cover the lens?
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Old Jan 15, 2012, 01:29 PM
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Nokya and piaa makes hyper yellow or 3000k bulbs. Check on eBay I got a pair of nokya from eBay for pretty cheap.
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sweet thanks! happen to know the bulb number?
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H11. I installed a 3000K HID kit on my MR and it was pretty sweet!
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We sell high quality HID kit, exterior & interior LED as well!!
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I'll buy the fog light bulb. Just need to find an amber one
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As Optiblue said, the bulbs are H11's. I've got the PIAA's on mine and the wife has the Nokya's on her car.

Mopac up on 16th Ave sometimes have the 2500k yellow PIAA's in stock.....not cheap though.
You could also try places like Garage Box. The Nokya's are definitely cheaper option, but still a decent bulb.

If you're not in a particular hurry, it's likely cheaper to ebay them.
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Thanks! i'm a fairly regular customer at mopac for royal purple oil.. i'll ask them about the bulbs at the same time.. i found a how two on changing the bulbs looks easy enough. so next time i'm there i'll check them out!

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