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I've got a 99 frontier that I'd like to put fog lights on. Where would I buy brackets to install the lights? I'm surprised there's not factory brackets already there.


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Looks like the brackets and lights come as an assembly.
 

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You can get factory brackets from Nissan for around $20 each side. Left side is P/N 26916-7Z000 and right side is P/N 26911-7Z000. Each bracket has one clip, P/N 01553-2DRNA and each bracket requires two (6Mx1.0) bolts, P/N 08363-6205D. If you have the fog lamp wiring already installed on the truck and plan to use it, you'll need relay P/N 25230-79981. There are two options for the headlight switch (w/ fog lamps) at Rockauto.com. Then you just need to find the lamps to fit it. If you're okay with aftermarket lamps with brackets, you can get them from a number of places, including Amazon and carparts.com:


 

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Butterman beat me to the punch! ;)
 

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I don't have the factory wiring for fog lights. What all do I need to wire these up?


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You can just get a fog light wiring kit off eBay. The fog light plugs should fit what you want.

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From scratch w/o a wiring kit...
Fog lights, Fog light switch / stalk, add-a-circuit, aftermarket relay socket w/ relay, enough 16 ga.wire to run from steering column area out to the lights.

Solder and heat shrink or adhesive heat shrink butt connectors.

You'll need to know which wire is your low beam at the stalk. It may be different than the low beam wire color in the following link.
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Not all came with the wiring from the factory, but even when they did, they were sorta hidden. You had to look on the engine-side of the radiator support. Sometimes they tended to get buried under debris like dirt, leaves, pine needles, etc.
 
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