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Old 01-24-2023, 06:46 AM   #1
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Smile OEM Toyota LED Foglight Upgrade - Easy and Awesome!

Stealing a page out of Tacomaworld's book here. @Crashnburn80 has done a ton of leg work over there. Here's his post on them which first got me thinking that these could work for our cars as well:

Toyota Part Numbers
Black surround: PT413-42191
Chrome surround: PT413-42190

I went with chrome as it matches with the stock headlight setup. Prior to this I was looking into Morimoto xB LED fog lights but wasn't sold on the appearance of them. These look great. They are completely plug and play for your H11 wiring. These units can be found in a lot of the new Toyotas like the Tacoma, Tundra, Corolla, etc. They all seem to share the same mounting system. A lot of the aftermarket off-road light suppliers seem to have picked up on this too. Anyways, I ordered them out of the USA from a dealership and picked them up across the border for $138USD, compared to $509CAD from my local dealership here in Canada. (something to consider when shopping around for these)

As for performance, I can't say enough good things about these for the money. Sharp cutoff, pure white appearance, high quality assembly and SUPER wide spread. One of those changes to your vehicle that easily puts a grin on your face (especially if you do a lot of driving at night). I've driven through few snowy mountain passes at night with these on and they get right under the flurries so that you can see properly where your high beams would normally be completely useless to you. No upsets from oncoming drivers either as there is no glare from these when aimed appropriately.

NOTE: If you have an aftermarket fog light wiring harness like I do, you'll likely need to cut for H11 plugs off and "flip them" around. The polarity is embossed on the fog light assembly and it was opposite to my aftermarket harness. Shrink tubing butt connectors made quick work of this issue. Re-pinning the H11 plug seemed like a cracked plastic tab waiting to happen.

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Old 03-17-2024, 12:06 AM   #2
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I just bought a set of these and I notice that the diameter of the lights is larger than the diameter of the cut-out of the trim piece. Being that my car didn't originally come with fog lights I have nothing to compare these to. Is the factory set the same size?

The way they seat on the trim just seams odd. Even if the factory lights were larger than the trim hole, the trim holes have that flat section which prevents a flush seating of the convex lens of the lights.
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Old 04-01-2024, 06:11 AM   #3
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Thank you for posting this! I've been on the hunt for lighting upgrades.
I just restored my headlights with wet sanding and 2k clear coat. And, ordered some LED projector auxiliary lights. I had OEM fog lights on my last Yaris and they were terrible. Glad to see that there is an OEM Toyota LED fog light solution.
Thanks for all the help over the years, YarisWorld!!!
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