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A 355nation How To presented by
Aquivarious

Project Name
How to Modify Aftermarket Fogs with HIDs

Project Description
Get any set of fog lights and setting them off by installing HIDs

Skill Level
Easy-Moderate

Project Vehicle
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Colorado
Year: 2009
Engine: 3.7L
Power windows: Yes
Sun Roof: No

Tools Needed
Drill, 3/4 in Hole Saw, Paint (Optional)

Project Time
2 hours

Project Cost
$80-$100


Start with your 2 items:
Foglight Set (Ensure that it is a set that will withstand the extra heat and/or projectors)



VVME HIDs (H3 Bulbs - 35W)


Next, Disassemble the Foglights.


(Optional) Tape off the Lens and Paint the color you want.



Drill through the back cover with your Hole Saw to allow for the wiring and bushing to fit into. This step is integral if the housings were not intended for HIDs. HIDs are longer on the back than the original bulbs and need a hole drilled directly behind the bulb to allow proper fitment.


Remove the original bulbs and install The HID bulbs and wiring. (Wire just like any other set of HIDs. Reference HID directions or look Here.)



Reassemble.


Hook up to factory fog light plugs (use adapters if necessary) or run aftermarket fog light wiring with proper switches, relays and fuses necessary.
Here is a simple diagram for wiring using an HID relay harness.

The use of an HID relay harness is recommended! Some factory fog light harnesses may run at a lower wattage than the HIDs require, so to ensure proper operations and to extend the life of your HIDs, purchase a Relay harness from DDM Tuning or VVME (or any other HID vendor), or make one yourself with the appropriate wires, fuses, and relay.

Finally, zip tie any hanging wires and Enjoy! :355:
 

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Looks good thanks for the How to buddy!
 
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