- Which LED bulb should I use for my fog lights?
- Do I need resistors or decoders for LED fog lights?
- My new LED fog light bulbs are flickering what do I need to fix it?
- What color LED can I use for Fog lights?
- How do I fix or remove condensation within my fog light housing?
- How do I know if I need resistors or decoders for my fog lights?
- I installed your bulbs and now they do not turn on?
You would be able to use any LED bulb you would like as long as you get the correct size, if you are looking for functionality then we would recommend one of our headlight LED bulbs, if you are looking to just change the look of it and not care too much about how bright it is, then any bulb will do. Back to Top
This will all depend on the vehicle, some vehicles requires resistors or decoders and some will not, in most cases, american, german, korean, european, etc vehicles will require decoders or resistors due to their canbus system. Back to Top
If you are having flickering issues with your fog light bulbs then you would need resistors installed, also a relay harness will work as well since the relay harness will be drawing power from your battery instead of the circuit of the OEM fog light plugs. Back to Top
Generally the only colors you should be using is either white or yellow, you would need to check with your local state laws to see what color lights are legal for fog lights. Back to Top
If you have condensation within your fog light housing, this may mean that you have a crack or some sort of damage on the fog light itself. If you happen to see damage, the fog light housing must be replaced or the problem will keep happening. If you do not see any damages, you can remove the bulb and use a blow dryer to dry out the housing, once dried check your bulbs o-ring to see if it is worn out, replace the o-ring if needed. Back to Top
To find out if you need resistors or decoders for your fog lights is by removing ONE bulb and turning on your car and turning on your fog light, if you see any warning signs on your dash board or codes then you would need resistors or decoders. Back to Top
If you are having issues with the bulbs not turning on, we first would highly recommend checking your fuses, if the fuses are good next we would recommend putting back the stock bulbs to see if they light up, if they do light up then the bulbs may be defective, however we recommend installing the bulbs with resistors first before declaring the bulbs defective. If all else fails, please contact us right away and we will be able to assist you with any issues you are having. Back to Top