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  • Supplementary Article / Supplementary Info: without bulb
  • Light Function: with cornering light, with fog light
  • Light Design: FF
  • Test Mark: ECE, CCC
  • Rated Voltage [V]: 12
  • Number of light functions: 2
  • Paired article numbers: 1N0 009 954-311
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Learn more about Fog lights - operation method, diagnosis, causes of faults and replacement intervals.

The main purpose of fog lights is to illuminate the road surface and the roadside in conditions of poor visibility: during rain, fog, and snow. Also, they allow other drivers to notice your car on the road.


By the method of light beam formation:

  • Reflector. This is a traditional design with a reflector and a clear or faceted lens. They are inexpensive.
  • Projector. They ensure better light beam focusing. Such lights are more efficient and look modern.

By light source type:

  • With halogen bulbs. Such bulbs serve for 400–1.500 hours.
  • With LEDs. They are the most efficient. Such bulbs ensure excellent illumination of the road and roadside and are consume little electricity. They can last for over 5.000 hours. They may also be used as cornering lights.

By housing design:

  • Sealed-beam. If the bulb blows, you’ll have to replace the whole assembly.
  • Dismountable. They are convenient and cheap to use, as defective bulbs and, sometimes, even the lens, can be replaced.

By lens colour:

  • With a white lens. They are more comfortable to the eye but provide poorer road illumination in foggy weather.
  • With a selective yellow lens. They ensure maximum possible visibility in thick fog, rain or snow. That is why such lights are suitable for cars used in areas, where such natural phenomena are quite common.

Also, there are rear fog lights. Usually, they are red and help other drivers to notice your vehicle.

Operating tips

Always use bulbs compatible with your car’s lights. Using unsuitable components leads to reflector peeling and melting of plastic components. Do not try to clean these parts with a dry cloth. This way you may scratch the lens. Apply a special protective film on the lenses if you often drive off-road. This will help to avoid cracking of the parts after an impact.

If you will be installing fog lights for the first time, seek the assistance of an experienced car electrician to connect wires properly.

Symptoms of malfunctions

Such mechanical damage as shears, cracks and scratches can be detected during visual inspection. If the lights are sweating, this means the housing is no longer air-tight. It is possible that the gasket near the cover, or the sealant layer which holds the lens in place, is damaged. The other reason for condensed water accumulation inside the lamp is clogged vent holes. When the fuse is blown or the relay is burnt, both fog lights will not turn on at all. If only one light doesn’t work, the bulb in it might be blown. Flickering lights usually indicate wiring malfunctions.

Causes of malfunctions

Mechanical damages typically result from hitting with rocks and other objects hurled by the vehicle wheels, as well as careless parking and collisions. As a rule, loss of air-tightness is caused by unauthorized fog light modifications, when the joints weren’t properly treated after disassembly. The fuse may blow in case of general wiring malfunctions, or due to installation of equipment which doesn’t match the vehicle’s specifications.

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How do I replace a bulb in a front fog light?

Detailed instructions for replacement of bulbs in the front fog lights of a certain car model are contained in its technical documentation. The procedure largely depends on the engine bay layout. Sometimes it’s more convenient to perform this job from the bottom of the car, sometimes from the top.

Before starting the replacement, disconnect the negative battery terminal. After this, gain access to the light bulb holder. If you’re going to work from the bottom, put your car on a service pit or raise it on a lift. It’s better to remove the wheel. Next, unscrew the fasteners of the wheel arch cover and pull it aside. In some cases it’s easier to reach the bulb holder from the bonnet side. To this end, unscrew the fasteners of the headlight and remove it.

After this, turn the bulb holder counterclockwise to remove it from the fog light housing. Remove the blown bulb and install a new one to its place. When doing this, do not touch the glass envelope of the bulb with bare hands.

How do I connect fog lights myself?

You can start the replacement on your own if you have basic electrical skills. You will need terminals, connectors, a 4-pin relay, a 15 A rated fuse, wires, and a fog light switch. You can buy all these items as a kit. Also, prepare pliers, an electrical tape or heat-shrink tubing, a knife for stripping wires, and crimping pliers.

Usually, fog lights are supplied with an installation manual where you can find the connection diagram. Typically, the procedure involves the following steps:

  1. Remove the dashboard or/and centre console.
  2. Pull out the dummy button and insert the fog light switch into the socket.
  3. Install the lights into their mounting seats in the bumper and attach their connectors to them.
  4. Ground the negative wires from the fog light connectors to the chassis. Connect the positive wires to the corresponding relay contact.
  5. Connect another positive contact of the relay through a fuse to the positive battery terminal, and the negative one – directly to the negative battery terminal or to the chassis. The fourth wire should be pulled into the passenger compartment and connected to the button. Connect the second contact of the button to the positive contact of the marker lights.
Can I use HID bulbs in my fog lights?

Car manufacturers don’t equip vehicles with HIDs. Moreover, this kind of tuning is illegal in most European countries, because:

  1. Reflectors of the standard factory-equipped lights are not designed for operation with gas-discharge lamps. This results in incorrect light beam formation, which increases the risk of dazzling oncoming drivers and can cause a road accident.
  2. Dirt on the surface of the lens considerably distorts the light emitted by a HID lamp. In case of headlights, a headlight washer can solve the problem, however, fog lights aren’t provided with it.