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Pics please:)
 

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I will have pics up as soon as I get the parts, ordered a stalk with fog lights and just going to hope that the harness is there, if not I will just have to do a little extra wiring which won't be too hard. So far the mods going on will be fog ligts and the stalk, windows tint, and HID kit from Xentec within the next few weeks.
 

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Very safe....all they are is push plastic tabs and a few screws...it took me about 35 mins...I have not had any problems at all
 

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According to the instructions, the Cube is pre-wired for fog lights. That's awesome! That's what was stopping my from adding them to my wife's Cube.
 

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Re: Installed Fog Lights on the Krom

Hey Guys/Gals,

Just got all the parts in and installed foglights, HID lights, and the combination switch. Just like all the other Cubes out there, the Krom is still pre packaged with all the wiring accessories. The only thing I had to do was cut the wires for the fog light harness and attach them to the aftermarket foglights and mount them. Also got my front windows tinted to match the back ones.

Cost for the items
Autozone Fog lights: $40
Xentex HID bixenon Headlight kit: $130
Combination switch: $100
Extra parts: $3
 

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I got the fog lights in the mail (oem) but can't figure out what the bulb size is

I would like to get yellow bulbs and install them before the light installation so I only have to mess with the undertray once

anyone know what bulb size it is? thanks
 

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Update:

well looking in the owners manual is way too hard, so I installed them as is.

installed the wiper/turn signal arms first, just four screws total and turning the wheel back & forth with the engine off a couple times
(battery disconnected)
taped up fog holes
then with the cube already up on my trusty homemade 2x8 ramps I slid underneath to tackle the undertray,
very happy to find out with a bit of arm yoga I was able to remove & install the new fogs by undoing only the corner pieces of the tray
3 bolts & one snap per side,
started on the drivers side, it had more room and probably most people can fit their wrists in on that side

I know my little write-ups suck, but I WILL get my camera out soon & try to edit my posts with some nice pics

so, I used a
medium phillips screwdriver at steering wheel
10mm socket,
thin regular screwdriver for snap,
stubby phillips screwdriver to tighten the bolt on the back of the light (inside of bumper)
also some tiny scissors to cut the tape that is holding the wires up
 

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I am seriously considering getting fog lights. I looked at the installation steps and I am a bit confused by this step: " 4 a) Remove the key ring with clamp tool". What does that mean?
 

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theres a little plastic ring around the keyhole, it says to use a special tool, but it popped right out with my fingernail
didn't even need to use a screwdriver

very easy install

though afterwards I tested it and it didn't work--- the headlights were on highbeam mode :roll:
 

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Thanks; that makes sense. I originally thought the metal key socket had to be removed. My ring also came out using my fingernail.
 

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My OEM fog lights are on their way. I found them on fleabay and offered the seller $125.00 and he accepted. Really looking forward to the upgrade addition. - Dan
 
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