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Old July 1st, 2003, 03:34 AM   #1
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01-02 Accord Owners with FOGLIGHTS! *PICS*

Well, I have fog lights similar to this.



thats the picture of closest looking fog light i could find.

My question is, i've seen few 01-02 owners with newer bumper(with those two vents) with foglights installed inside of their vents(behind the black cover).

i was wondering how did you do that?
I thought it wouldn't be hard, but i realized i have Injen Cold Air Intake, and its right behind the vent, using up the space for foglights..

how can i install these? I know i can't install them on the middle section of the front bumper because there are two straight metal lines... these fogs are too big to fit them...

you guys think i can just take out the black plastic cover that covers the vent and just let the fog light stick to it?

Here is an example. Sorry if i used someone's ride here. it was the best picture for this example.
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Old July 1st, 2003, 11:12 AM   #2
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Old July 1st, 2003, 11:20 AM   #3
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its gunna be hard to install it in the vents because .. i tried it and the foglights were pointing side ways... dont look too right... better to cut the plastic grill in the middle and installing them dere
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you could tak off the bumper and install it there by using somthing like metal or wood to length the metal bumper to have it fit on there
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Old July 1st, 2003, 12:02 PM   #5
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ask tool about his
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Old July 1st, 2003, 12:12 PM   #6
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i took my bumper off and mounted it in here, I went to a store and tried various PIAA lights to see where they looked better(in vents, center etc) and bought this set. I wanted it in the vents but it didn't look right and yes it was aimed sideways if i did that.

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i found this on Ebay fog lights
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Old July 1st, 2003, 12:44 PM   #8
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Why don't you just get the OEM Fogs. I have a Cold-Air Intake with the OEM fogs and I have never ran into a problem with them.

They look great and fit great, and work great. What more do you need?
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Why don't you just get the OEM Fogs. I have a Cold-Air Intake with the OEM fogs and I have never ran into a problem with them.

They look great and fit great, and work great. What more do you need?
i would get OEM fogs..but they're like $200+. way expensive!!
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Old July 1st, 2003, 02:04 PM   #10
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i would get OEM fogs..but they're like $200+. way expensive!!


If i had cash flow going on like Nile River i would get that over any foglights.. fits great, looks perfect... bahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh gimme money gimme money now!!!!!!!!!

anyways, sorry about that. im going a little ballistic there.

back to topic, thanks for all the ideas. I really appreciate it.

keep 'em coming. Im going to do this by this weekend... let me know what the best idea would be.
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I have OEM 01 fogs for sale. If you're intrested, contact me.
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Old February 29th, 2004, 07:10 PM   #12
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I purchased these for a replacemnt for the cracked ones.
They are the same as the ones I paid $200 for. All you will need is the trim which cost like $16.00.

http://www.procarparts.com/store-lis...IVIC&year=2001
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^ From a civic? They look nothing like the trim for 01 coupes. Or do you mean you replaced the lenses?
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Old February 29th, 2004, 11:04 PM   #14
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I have a v2 intake on a 02 coupe will the stock fog lights restrict air flow to the v2?
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I have a v2 intake on a 02 coupe will the stock fog lights restrict air flow to the v2?
No. The foglight's surround is vented. Air will still pass through.
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^ From a civic? They look nothing like the trim for 01 coupes. Or do you mean you replaced the lenses?
I only used the lens, I had the trim already.
Here is a picture of a 01 coupe lens w/trim.
http://www.handaaccessories.com/accord/accflcoup01.jpg
They want $94 for just one lens and $238 for the set.
The Civic set is $90 + $32 for the trim.
http://www.procarparts.com/store-li...CIVIC&year=2001
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i have OEM fog lights that i installed my self, that i bought from www.handa-accessories.com and they are fine. easy to install too. You can hide them behind the vent, by making an extension for the two mounts that the fog lights use. Your aftermarket intake will be in the way.
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its gunna be hard to install it in the vents because .. i tried it and the foglights were pointing side ways... dont look too right... better to cut the plastic grill in the middle and installing them dere
i just spent the day today doing this. bought couple of L brackets from home depot and screw them onto the metal siding. will take pics this week when i go back to la where my digicam is. it looks pretty straight. works well since one of my fogs is cracked so i don't want it to be visable. i really want it to glow yellow. i thought about buying some yellow film and wrappting the housing. the bulbs emit alot of heat so i dunno if it's gonna be a good idea.
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here's a night pic i just took

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Old June 1st, 2004, 10:44 PM   #20
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i got these set of foglights and they are pretty good they are wide and if you can kind of see them in the picture below they are mounted to the metal reinforcement behind the bumper cover i use sheetmetal screws and a airtools they are wide and long so the beam is really good
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