I want to do a similar project as this. OP, any update? There is a guy on Facebook who did it but wont share.
I don’t understand why people are like that. Everyone should be trying to help each other out in the car community, people like that suck.I want to do a similar project as this. OP, any update? There is a guy on Facebook who did it but wont share.
Measure the fog light opening and then pick a light that will fit it. You might get lucky and the new light mounts will fit. If they don't, then you'll have to make a mount for them. Your truck is already prewired for fog lights, so the wiring will be easy. Cut off the stock plug and splice it into the new lights. If you don't want to cut off the stock plug, then buy the Nissan plug that goes into it and install it to the new lights. If you're mechanically inclined, it's not that hard. I added lights to my Xterra (back in the day) and Honda PIoneer 500. Neither came prewired and I had to install a wire harness.I want to do a similar project as this. OP, any update? There is a guy on Facebook who did it but wont share.
I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say he used a small L bracket on each of the mounting points on the top of the and then just attached the small lights to that. I’ll probably just send it and try it at some point, it sucks that not all the companies make a decent sae beam light for the fogs.No, I emailed Diode Dynamics and their spoke person @Diode Dynamics Steve E straight up said "no immediate plans to release this product for that vehicle." Someone in Facebook forum did make it using regular brackets but he wont say how. He showed the picture also. He used SSC2 (2x) in each fog light housing.