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Old 11-16-2016, 01:49 PM   #1
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Fog Lights

I have a 2005 Fleetwood Expedition that has 2 , 4-5 inch round fog lamps.
One of them has burned out. They appear to be the par 38 sealed beam variety. Can anyone tell me what options I have with replacing these. For example , LED type lamps , driving vs fog lamps , etc.
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When I purchased my 2008 Expedition one of the fog lights was broken, they sent me a replacement in the mail, when I installed it I noticed that the new one had a glass lens, the original lens was plastic. 8 years later I decided to upgrade the fog lamps with LED lights, so I purchased 2 4" assemblies. when I installed them I realized that the outside inclosure did not fit inside the hole like the original set. I fabricated another set of support brackets and completed the install. They look great!
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