Fog lights

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    clancaster23 New Member

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    Anyone know if the fog lights in the '19 Latitude are the same that are used in the Wrangler JK's? I plan to change out headlights to the led/halo type and would like to do the same with the fogs to match but can't seem to find any that are meant specifically for the Renegade but there are a lot for the Wranglers. I tried comparing the two with stock lights and they look like they would be the same but can't really tell from that to be sure. Anyone know for sure if they're the same?
     
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    The Renegade uses an H11 Bulb in the Foglight, The Wrangler JK used a 9145, so they are not the same...

    Sylvania's H11LEDFOG would be an LED option, But they are pricey!
     
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    Oh, Yeah, I don't know of anything like that for the Renegade, The Mopar part number for the Renegade fog is 68202187AA and the only other thing it cross references to is the Ram Pro-master City and the Fiat 500l, There is a Mopar part number for an 'Export' LED Fog light, 68439332AA, But I couldn't find any pictures of them, and they retail for about $200 each (and you need two!) They also might not be legal to run in PA, as they won't be SAE/DOT rated, but it doesn't look like those ones your looking at are either...

    You might be able to find a full setup like that for the 500L that would work for less than the Mopar LEDs, I doubt anyone would make one for the Pro-Master or Renegade though...

    Hmm, I have a Wrangler and Renegade sitting in the driveway, let me go measure the difference real quick...
     
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    OK, I just measured a 2008 JK and a 2017 Renegade.. There's like a 3/4" difference in the size of the fog light Lense, so I don't think you could easily modify the JK ones to fit in a Renegade...

    And The Mopar LED Fogs don't have a halo if you really wanted that.

    So Basically, I'm no real help here, sorry..
     
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    Hey, Here's some 500L Halos that should probably work, But they're Xenon, not LED.

    And Of course, I've never tried them, so I can't say they'll actually work right...

    https://www.newegg.com/p/0HH-00YC-02HT8
     
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    Thanks that's actually a lot of help. I'm not really concerned about them having halos the main thing for me is that they have a black housing. I'm wanting to go with a mostly black headlight and after I get those in the Chrome fog lights will stand out too much. You say the Fiat 500L is an exact match? It just surprises me that they don't have as many mods for these Renegades then they do. I see them all over the place, I would think there be a pretty good demand for more aftermarket stuff but apparently not. Thanks again for the help.
     
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    Not a lot of mods for the 500L either, Lots of choices for the regular 500, But the 500L doesn't get a lot of love (The Renegade and 500L are a shared platform, built in the same Italian plant, though I think the 500L is built in other plants too)
     
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    Just saw you have '17 trailhawk. Wondering if they used a smaller fog light on that compared to my '19 Latitude? Not sure if they would use a different size light in the trailhawk. Really wish I could find an exact measurement on mine. That would help a lot in finding a set that could work.
     
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    The mopar catalog show the same part number for all the Renegades (I checked 4 different ones to be sure, a 2019 Limitied and Latitude, a 2017 Trailhawk, and a 2016 Dawn of Justice all are the same, as was the 2015 Ram Promaster City). The catalog I use is at partsmaven.com (And doesn't include Fiat, or I would have checked the 500l too).

    Goto this link;

    https://www.partsmaven.com/mopar/oem-parts/mopar-fog-lamp-68202187aa/

    Click the "Change Vehicle" link and put in the year make and model and it will come up with a Green Check mark and say it fits if it does (Try something like a 2015 Wrangler Sahara to, so you can see what it looks like if it doesn't fit to)..

    I use that site as a cross reference for many parts on my Jeeps, it's pretty useful to find part numbers for things you fender liners, or clips, tehn do a google search on the part number and you can usually find aftermarket replacement parts that way.
     
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    If you're adding fog lights to a vehicle not originally equipped with them, you'll need to start by running the wiring for an on-off switch from under the hood to the inside of the vehicle. The easiest and most direct way to do so is to run the wire through the vehicle's firewall.
     
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