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Old 10-03-2007, 02:45 PM   #1
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I am looking for an alternate source or bulb for a 2001 Journey round fog lamp. Both of mine had the lenses pop off and the OEM is $55 each which seems high.
Any thoughts would be appreciated
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I am looking for an alternate source or bulb for a 2001 Journey round fog lamp. Both of mine had the lenses pop off and the OEM is $55 each which seems high.
Any thoughts would be appreciated
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Old 10-03-2007, 04:06 PM   #3
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Do a search on Journey Fog Lamp and you will find several suggestions...one of the members found both lights for $30 I believe.
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Old 10-03-2007, 07:16 PM   #4
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Randy: Check out AutoAnything.com. I switched out my fog lights for some Street Scene driving lights. Big difference at night and I have them adjusted low right. I had to modify the stock bracket but I can sure light up a dark highway. The stock switch and wiring worked fine.
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Old 10-04-2007, 03:13 AM   #5
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Thanks for the suggestions
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Old 12-31-2007, 10:28 AM   #6
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Hi all,

I want to replace the stock fog lamps from my 2002 Itasca 34HD with a driving lamp that will truly supplement the light output of the headlights. One of my fog lamp lens is broken, and more light is needed for night driving.

(Separately, I have just upgraded the standard headlights from stock to Hella H4 7" round lights with legal bulbs).

The stock fog light has a "K11" on the lens, is 4.75" in dia, and I think it is part 133115-01-000 Lamp Asm. Fog-Clear, Round, from the Winnebago catalog. These use a replaceable halogen light.

These also have a diffuse type fog lens - not clear beam type lens. Can the lens be replaced with a clear beam lens? The light has a bottom mount back at 45 deg angle and uses a large 3/8 bolt.

What is a suitable replacement for a Driving light?

Has any tried the Winnebago 151421-01-000 Lamp Asm. Fog-Clear, Round lights? This looks like a smaller light with a clear beam lens.

The Hella FF 200 at 5.63" wide might be too big for the front cap, but there seems to be extra room if the bottom mount would fit.

I cannot find a single 4.75" round driving light with a bottom mount, except for like ATV lights, e.g. Kc Hilites - Auxiliary Lighting - ATV 5-Inch Round Driving Light System With Black Rubber Housing & Mounting Brackets - which are far from street legal but are the right size and have the bottom bracket that could be angled back at 45 deg.

Hella Optilux are too small and the bracket does not fit for the 45 deg bottom mount.

The PIAA - Auxiliary Lighting - 510 Series 55W=85W Super White Driving Lamp Kit may fit the bill - smaller than stock but the right bottom mount. Wow, Expensive! $200. The PIAA - Auxiliary Lighting - 540 Series 55W=110W Xtreme White Driving Lamp Kit - might work - a little bigger than stock.

Has anyone out there replaced the stock fog lamps on a Winnebago or Itasca?

Thanks, Jeff.
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Hi all,

I'm replacing the fogs with driving lights. The fog circuit only works in low beam, so I need to rewire the connections since driving lights can only work in high beam or manual control. I don't want to tie into the high beam circuit as the load for that circuit is already determined. So I need to tie in independent of the lights.

What tie locations have you used to do this job up front? Behind the fuse box door there seems no good spot to tie in. The lights have an independent fuse. Where is a good spot up front?

I'm putting in the PIAA 510 Series Driving Lamp Kit.
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Jeff, I wired my running lights into the fog light switch. Works fine and is independent. If you need to just connect a wire on the hot side of the battery relay and fuse it. Good luck.

You will enjoy the extra visibility the driving lights provide.
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