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Old 10-30-2020, 11:28 PM   #1
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Fog Lights Need Replacing

I have a 2004 Adventurer and the drivers side Fog is missing, everything bracket and all. (Wiring is there). I would like to replace both of them I'll take the Passenger Side bracket and light out.

Has anyone replaced them? And with what?.

I would really like them to fit in the hole and I do not mind drilling holes to mount them.

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Old 10-31-2020, 05:02 AM   #2
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look at the superbrightled site. They should have something that will fit.
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look at the superbrightled site. They should have something that will fit.

I don''t need just the bulb I need the whole thing fixture and all

Thanks I'll look...... LeeB
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The Parts Catalog for your coach lists the following (on page 114), in case that's any help:
7 138910-01-000 EA LAMP - FOG - CLEAR/ROUND - CHECK TO BE A HELLA 88085W BEFORE ORDERING

7 151421-01-000 EA LAMP - FOG - CLEAR/ROUND - CHECK TO BE A hAMSAR 831458/S BEFORE ORDERING

8 139686-01-02B EA ANGLE - MOUNT - FOGLAMP - E-COATED
Looks like they used two different fixtures. If you go here Service Parts List and put in the last 5 digits of your Winnebago Serial Number (not the VIN) you can get a complete as-built parts list for your specific coach. Hopefully that will identify which fog light you actually have.
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Now would be a good time to upgrade both to the latest complete units on the market.
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Look on the superbrightled site at off road lighting. I didn't mean to go there for led bulbs. I should have been more specific, sorry. Good time to upgrade both sides to led. Uses a lot less electricity.
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I used a pair of Optilux 1300 driving lights on my '04. They were a nearly exact match.

https://www.amazon.com/Optilux-H7102.../dp/B0002MA3OY
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The problem I am having is MOUNTING them. One side the bracket is completely gone, and the other just has the bracket GLUED on.


I would like to find something that is close to the round ones even if I have to drill holes through the Bumper Facade to mount the bracket...


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I had to reglue mine. Just used some epoxy. It's been many years, holding fine.
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I had to reglue mine. Just used some epoxy. It's been many years, holding fine.

One of my brackets are gone.... LeeB
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One of my brackets are gone.... LeeB
You might check with a dealer like Lichtsinn Motors or WinnebagoParts (Mobility RV) to see if they have the mounting bracket (part number listed in my earlier posting).
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I dont have the part number but i ordered a set of LED from amazon and replaced both of mine. Think they cost less than $50 and took about 20 minutes to swap both out.
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I dont have the part number but i ordered a set of LED from amazon and replaced both of mine. Think they cost less than $50 and took about 20 minutes to swap both out.

Thanks my problem is the whole bracket is missing on one side. Did you use the bracket that is glued to the inside of the fender and do you by any chance have any pictures?


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To finish this Thread... After much searching and help on here I have sloved my problem. I found the part number I needed and than called Lichtsinn in Forest City Iowa and ordered the part I needed. Drivers side Fog Light Support Bracket they even sent me a drawing..... Thanks to all who helped..... LeeB......

Now I need to buy the New Fog Lights..

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