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post #11 of 37 Old 09-16-2014, 02:40 PM Thread Starter
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@dude baker well i havent got the foglights yet but im positive of one thing already the lamps are the same and will fit the only thing thats not the same is the bezel

2012-2014 foglamp bezel part number is

R/H 62256-3BA0A
L/H 62257-3BA0A

2015 foglamp bezel part number is

R/H 62256-9KM0A OR 62256-9KM5A
L/H 62257-9KM0A OR 62257-9KM5A
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@dude baker they changed the part number for the foglight bezel i just called and verified the current new part number is

2015 versa sedan

L/H 62257-6W80B
R/H 62256-6W80B

and there going for $57.00 each one so a total of 114.00 for both bezels without tax.
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Do you know what size bulb the fog is? I wonder if you swapped the dim factory bulb with a PIAA bulb or something if you would get a great improvement. I swapped a direct replacement type bulb on a motorcycle years ago with a PIAA, and wow what a difference!


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I agree the OEM fogs don't work very well (I installed a set on my Note) but they're better than nothing. I also hate looking at the blanks on the lower bumper.

What I really don't like about them is, they will only turn on IF the headlights are on. On my other current and previous cars, they will turn on as long as the park lights are on.

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I decided to look in to PIAA replacement bulbs. Per their website, Gen1's use a H8 size bulb, and H11 bulbs for Gen2's. Retails is about $70 for the pair. PIAA | H11 Night Tech Twin Pack Halogen Bulbs #10711

Like I said previously. They are costly but well worth it. The bulbs light up the road twice as far and were much brighter. Still DOT legal too. I was curious if I could just get a whole lamp set-up instead of OEM, but those go for $300ish. Ouch!

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@dude baker they changed the part number for the foglight bezel i just called and verified the current new part number is

2015 versa sedan

L/H 62257-6W80B
R/H 62256-6W80B

and there going for $57.00 each one so a total of 114.00 for both bezels without tax.
That's more than I paid for the entire fog light kit. I wonder if the 12-14 bezel will still fit with some modification. I'll probably still give it a try before I return them...
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I purchased a fog lamp kit off of ebay from a seller called "MaxLiner." It's not OEM, and is more than likely a knockoff sourced from Alibaba or an aftermarket manufacturer. It was only $80 shipped for everything, including wiring, mounting hardware, relay, fuse, and bulbs. The quality is just OK, fit and finish are not perfect.

The kit is supposed to be plug and play for the Versa S, which does not have pre-existing wiring for fog lights. If you have an SV, all the wiring is there, and all you need are the fog lights and stalk switch.

Everything about this kit is plug and play, except the included switch - there's just nowhere it will fit in the dash. I was able to get everything wired up and tested to ensure it all works, but I won't be able to actually use the fog lights until I find a switch that fits the stock dash opening.

Anyway, here's what they look like turned off.



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That's more than I paid for the entire fog light kit. I wonder if the 12-14 bezel will still fit with some modification. I'll probably still give it a try before I return them...
Hey guys! If you need OEM parts, just let me know!

Based on the above part numbers...you guys would be looking at $43 each if you buy through me

I also just looked in our FAST system and there were actually 6 different part numbers for these depending on the year/model etc. So if you just send me your VIN# i can tell you exactly which part number you need!

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I finished installing the fog lights this weekend. I wired up the switch in the blank spot next to the traction control button.

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HELLO, I have a Versa 2014 and I bought the fog light kit. How did you pass the switch wire through the firewall? And how did you take the bumber off?
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HELLO, I have a Versa 2014 and I bought the fog light kit. How did you pass the switch wire through the firewall? And how did you take the bumber off?
I did not need to remove my bumper to install the fog lights. I removed all of the plastic clips/covers under the front bumper, and a couple inside the driver's side fender well. I then installed the fog lights from underneath the car.

It might be different on the 2014, but I was able to remove the fog blanks and install the trim pieces from the front of the car. The blanks just popped out.

I don't know about getting the wiring through the firewall, I ran mine through the driver's side door wiring harness.
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