|Model||Genuine Toyota Parts - Led Foglight Black (PT413-42191)|
|Item Weight||1.56 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||10.28 x 7.28 x 4.8 inches|
|Item model number||PT413-42191|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PT413-42191|
|Cover Included||Fog Lights - Black|
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Enhance your visibility and peace of mind in bad weather and darkness with high-performance halogen fog lights. Corrosion and shock-resistant. DOT-approved beam pattern. Includes illuminated on/off button.
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The new housings provide a really nicely focused close proximity pattern that complements the low beams. Plus it looks sturdier than the OEM ones that came on the SUV originally. I started looking for a replacement and found these after the OEM ones developed a tiny crack that led moisture in, that I noticed. The crack is very tiny, and could have been caused for any reason, a stone impact was not apparent.
This is an LED housing. There is no need to change the bulb, and no actual way to do so anyways. If that is a problem to you, let it not be. Good halogen bulbs range upwards of $30, and last less than a year. GOOD LED headlights cost north of $100 (not the crappy/cheap blinding ones that cost $30-$70) but last years due to no moving/shaking parts that could break, like the filaments in halogens.
With that said, if you are planning to keep your Toyota for 2 or 3+ years, I recommend getting these. They are amazing and have been so for the past months. Very wide and luminous.
(For fogs, they need to be a bit dim, otherwise it’ll reflect all the fog and leave you more blinded. If that is no problem to you and you want more POWER, get some Hi-Lux)