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 DIY Front Bumper Fog Lights with HID's Corolla 93 - 97

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PostSubject: DIY Front Bumper Fog Lights with HID's Corolla 93 - 97   Thu Dec 18, 2014 8:04 am

Got this from ToyotaNation.

Written by RinconRolla98

This is a DIY of a front bumper fog lights using Ford Focus fog lights .



These fog lights are from a 2000 - 2004 Ford Focus . The reason I used these are because there are cheaper and under $25.00 shipped new .



These HID's are 3000k , bulb # 899 .



This is what my front end looked like before I added the fog lights .



First you remove the grille . The BLUE arrows are where the screws are to remove the grille . The RED arrows are where the bolts are located to remove the bumper .



Once you remove the grille you will expose two 10m bolts near the head lights and problaby 2 snaps that hold the top part .





Behind the headlights under the wheel well is one 10m on each side . All you have to do is raise the front end and use a mini ratchet , That way you dont have to take the front tire off , Then you go to the three in the front on the bottom of the bumper .



Once you have the bumper you place it on a blanket so it doesn't get scratched or if yours isnt painted then you can just lay it on a flat surface . Then you get a dremel either air or electric .







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Then with the dremel you cut the four areas , Measure the area before you cut . Then you do the same to the other side .



Once you cut out the piece of the bottom grille then you place the fog light and check to see if any trimming needs to be down . In my case I had to trim the top part some so that the fog light fit snug .



Then I purchased 2 angle hinge from Walmart and had some self tapping screws and screwed one to the fog light on a part that was sticking out . I used some silicone to make sure it stuck .



Then I put a dab of silicone then placed the hinge in it and screwed to self tapping screw . Making sure the corner of the fog light was flushed before I screwed them down .



Then turn it around to make sure it is secure and doesnt shake . If you noticed there is a little space but that doesn't bother me . Then you do the other side .



Then this is what it should look like when you are finished . Then you move on to putting your HID's on .



First you find a secure place on your car to put the ballast . If you have to add some silicone on the back before you screw it so that it prevents it from shaking or getting loose . ( Warning - A loose shaking ballast will eventually burn out your ballast and then you want to blame e-bay for being cheap . )



In this photo I slid the negative wire and screwed it to the bolt where the RED then





Where I made a hole . There is nothing there to worry about drilling into . Once I made the hole then I passed the positve wire .





Then I located my rear window defroster fused and placed the postive wire on one side of the fuse . The Red arrow is where it is located .



Since my rear defogger isn't working I used that button as my on and off button . If you can't use this then you can use a toggle switch and place the toggle switch to where it is comfortable for you .



Then you make sure all your wires are secure and then bolt up your front bumper and this is what it should look like .



Then you test out your lights to make sure they warm up to the yellow and then you are finished .

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PostSubject: Re: DIY Front Bumper Fog Lights with HID's Corolla 93 - 97   Thu Dec 18, 2014 8:11 am

I used the same principle for my fogs today

I used one of these to wire the fogs into the fuses

Screenshot_2014-12-17-15-42-23-1 by ishaq b, on Flickr

my fuse box layout looks slightly different, has a few more additions

IMG-20141217-WA0012 by ishaq b, on Flickr

added the extra circuit

IMG-20141217-WA0007 by ishaq b, on Flickr

IMG-20141217-WA0010 by ishaq b, on Flickr

wired it back to this switch

IMG-20141217-WA0004 by ishaq b, on Flickr

et voila

20141217_155522 by ishaq b, on Flickr

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