Pair of LED Luxeon Fog Lights with Projector Housings for 2013-2014 Focus STs and 2014, 2015 and 2016 Fiesta STs.
Looking for an easy way to upgrade the fog lights on your Focus or Fiesta ST? No annoying bulb changes or HID harnesses and ballasts, just a simple replacement of the fog light housing. Here’s your answer! This new Pair of LED Luxeon Fog Lights with Projector Housings is the perfect choice for your 2013-2014 Focus ST or 2014-2016 Fiesta ST! Including everything you need to increase your light output and look good doing it, these fog lights are a no-brainer for your ST!
Features and Benefits:
- OEM-Grade Fog Lamp Housing
- Direct-Fit Upgrade
- 5000K Pure White Color
- Utilizes LED Technology for Maximum Light Output
- Very Wide Light Angle with Clear Cutoff Line
- Replaces Entire Factory Fog Lamp Housing
- Tested for SAE Compliance and are DOT/ECE Compliant
- Projector Optics Technology from Philips Luxeon T LEDs
- Built-In Passive Heat Sinking, Current Drive Circuit and Input Power Smoothing
- Includes All Necessary Mounting Hardware
These fog lights are not only an easy and simple upgrade to your Fiesta or Focus ST, but they also give your ST better visibility at night and a brighter, whiter light than the stock halogens. With the newest projector optics, these fog lights offer a very wide angle with a clear cutoff line. Simply replacing the entire stock halogen fog light housing, these fog lights have been tested for SAE Compliance and are DOT and ECE Compliant.
With a constant current drive circuit, built-in passive heat sinking, and input power smoothing these fog lights will last through the test of time and Mother Nature. The entire housing is weather-sealed and features a GORE patch to allow for depressurization of the fog light housing during heat up and cool down cycles. These design characteristics add up to the same level of quality you see from fog light housings from the factory, which is why these fog lights are considered OEM-Grade.
Order a Pair of LED Luxeon Fog Lights with Projector Housings for your 2013-2014 Focus ST or 2014-2016 Fiesta ST from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Is it possible to just get the pin for the wire for the connector had an issue with a wire rubbing through rather repin the connector then repair wire with splice. Thanks
Hello I will be in Houston on February 20-21st. Since I'm not located in the US the only available shipmente window I have is during these days. Could you ensure shipment?
Hi,Will this fit a 2016 Focus ST?
Will these fit my Ford focus titanium 2014
Will the yellow lights sold fit in this projector housing?
Do these fog lights only come with the 5000k or is there a way to get a more yellow bulb for them?
WILL THIS LIGHT FIT THE - 2016 FIESTA SE ? DO YOU SELL THE WIRING KIT AND BEZEL?? I DO NOT HAVE ANY FOG LIGHTS, THAT IS WHY I NEED THOSE ITEMS. THANK YOU, JIM
Hey guys, these should fit the mustang 2015 also! Right? (Because in Europe we have odd looking clear ones with regular h11 bulbs)
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The one area that it doesn't perform well is going to be the factory driving lights. These have a yellow tint ... It looks like something more like an eighties car would have, not a brand new high performance sedan.
Thankfully, the after-market has us covered. Today we're going to show you how to remove the factory driving lights, and replace them with a set of high-performance LED projectors.
This is the LED projector housing. This is going to be a plug-and-play swap for the factory light. The reason we're going to go with the whole housing like this instead of sticking an LED into a factory location, they use a projector. The projector is going to disperse the light a lot better. So along with giving you a much wider range of view, it's not going to blind oncoming traffic.
For this installation, get a lift or a jack and jack stand, T25 Torx bit, T30 Torx bit, small right angle pick, plastic pry bar, and a knife.
The concept of installing the LED's is pretty simple. You're going to remove the belly pin, get up underneath here, remove the clips in the back here to pop off this plastic trim panel, that way we can access the factory light. We're going to unscrew that, remove it, and install the LED in its place.
So I say the concept is simple, removing this plastic panel is somewhat difficult. It's going to be five tabs. You're going to have one, two, three across the top, two on the bottom, and one little hook on the end down here. These can be frustrating to remove. They're designed to clip into place and not come off, so a little bit of a challenge to get off.
We're going to show you the basis though of how to remove them to install the LED's.
we put a little bit of tape on the front end to make our lives a little bit easier so we don't scratch it. In our case, we have the 15 and 52 cup spoilers which make the job a little more difficult to get these out, but it's still basically the same concept. If you don't have these, it's easier to get behind the corners here though and pull forward. These make it a little more difficult, but again the process is the same. We're going to show you the clips from the back.
These are the five clips you have to remove. If you've ever done a grill on a 2010 through 2012 Mustang, these are going to be pretty familiar to you. The way they work, the plastic tab comes through, and there's a little edge cut into it, so it fits over the edge of the bumper cover. They have a little notch up top here as well.
What you basically have to do is use a small screw driver, knife, whatever, get underneath this, pry that up, and then push the clip kind of up and out. This can be frustrating.
Once you get that up, then you can push up the clip and sort of push it outward.
Once the clip is pressed in, then you can work on actually getting a grip underneath the plastic to pull out. I usually put a little pick in the corner here, use that to get a plastic pry bar and get underneath it.
Again, this is made a little more difficult by our cup spoilers. If you don't have the cup spoilers, you get on the end of this pretty easily.
Let's get behind it, and you pretty much just work one clip out at a time in the back.
We have the bottom ones loose, now we're going to move up to the top ones. Again, same idea. Loose from the back and just slightly pull the front.
The last one sort of just pull on it, it's going to pop right off.
The driving light's held in place by two screws. One down here in the corner, and one up top here.
You have to just lift these two tabs up and slide off the plug.
You have to install the new plug that's included with the LED driving lights, so you want to make sure you look at the wiring to figure out which is going to be positive and negative for polarity. If you look there's a little cutout in the plug here, so it only actually fits on one way.
Look at the way it fits, and look at the wiring harness. The lighter colored wire's going to be your positive feed, and the black wire's going to be your ground.
I'll install these into the plug. A little round-style clip goes towards the inside. You'll get it right because it will actually click into place.
It's ready to install.
Plug it back into the factory wiring, again like I said it will only go one way. Line it up with the factory alignment tabs and slide it into place.
Reinstall the screws we just removed.
Now at this point, I highly suggest trying the lights, make sure they work before you put the black panel back in place.
So you want to make sure the ignition is on so your driving lights work.
The fog light on and working, now we can carefully realign the tabs on the trim piece for the fog light and reinstall it.
Reinstall the belly pan and the installation's finished.
I really hope the camera can pick up what a huge difference these LED driving lights make on the front of our Focus. The light matches perfectly with our factory HID's, and now these things are actually usable unlike the factory lights.
The installation is pretty straight-forward. Removing this panel can be a little bit of a problem, but overall it's not too difficult, and the whole install should take you less than an hour and you'll be back on the road in no time.