2013-2017 Nissan Juke Nismo LED Rear Brake Fog Reverse Light Installation Guide

You can find the Nissan Juke Nismo LED Reverse Light/Rear Fog Light (72-002) here

A functioning rear fog light is pretty rare in the United States because it's a feature that's not required in USDM vehicles. However, there's no denying that rear fog lights are both aesthetically pleasing and more safe on the road. If you liked the look of a working rear fog light, then this Nissan Juke Nismo LED rear fog light kit with 3-in-1 functions (taillight, brake light, reverse light) is a great addition for any Juke Nismo. This set of LED rear fog light is specially designed for both the Nissan 370Z and the Juke Nismo for a unique look.

If you have a regular Nissan Juke, you can get a different version of Nissan Juke LED rear fog light to install.

Step 1: First you will need to remove the stock rear reflector. There are a two clips under the rear bumper that need to be removed.

Step 2: You'll see screws on the rear reflector. You will need to remove using a #10 screw.

Step 3: Pull out the stock rear reflector.

Step 4: Remove the trunk liner.

Step 5: Zip-tie the ends of the Nissan Juke LED rear fog light wires so it will be easier to route the wires up later on.

Step 6: Route the wires of the LED rear fog light up through the gap in the trunk liner. It helps that you have a buddy to assist in pulling up the wires after they are inserted through the rear fog lamp opening. If you don't have any friends, solo work is fine too. It will just take a little more effort.

Step 7: Insert the new Nissan Juke LED rear fog lamp in place.

Step 8: Bolt back the Nissan Juke LED LED rear fog light to secure.

Step 9: Remove one taillight. You will need to route and tap the wires to get the new LED rear fog light to work.

You can see the wires routed through the gap in the trunk liner and up into the taillight location.

Step 10: Strip the wires. We recommend you to hardwire instead of using T-Taps. You may not have enough space to use T-Taps and they are generally not as secure as hardwiring.

Tap the wires of the LED rear fog lights according to the function on the vehicle. Since the vehicle in this installation has aftermarket taillights installed, we figured out which bulb corresponded to which wire on the LED rear fog light.

Otherwise, if you still have your stock taillights, you can follow the wiring instructions that's on the labeling on the LED rear fog light.

Then wrap the wires with some black tape to secure the connections.

Step 11: Put back the trunk liner and all the components the same way it was removed.

Step 12: Test to see if all the functions work and enjoy your new Nissan Juke LED rear fog light.