3" Projector Fog Light Lamps w/ 7000K White LED Halo Angel Eyes Rings For Car

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Introducing iJDMTOY's 2nd Gen Glass Optical Projector Fog Lights with 7000K xenon white LED Angel Eyes Halo Rings. These halo ring projector fog lights are powered by the latest high power LED lights, giving you a continuous output without seeing each individual LED emitter for a smooth and flawless look.

Beside the lighting improvement, we have also give these Halo Projector Fog Lights two types of mounting brackets to make this product fit many cars such as Acura/Honda, Ford, Nissan, Subaru, etc.

Unlike most plastic fog light lamps on the market, our halo projector fog lights are made with glass projector and full metal body, so they are HID conversion kit ready.

It comes with stock H3 halogen bulbs and if you are using this fog lamp to install HID, the bulb size will be 9006 instead.


  • Come with 2 types of mounting brackets
  • Outer Diameter: 3.15", Inner Diameter: 2.25", Length: 5.25"
  • Built-in cut off lines
  • 7000K xenon white LED angel eye halo rings (3x brighter than CCFL and 2x brighter than most LED halo rings on the market)
  • E-Mark certified glass optical projectors
  • Full metal body
  • Halogen bulb size: H3 (included)
  • Compatible HID bulb size: 9006

The side mounting bracket will make this product OEM replace the following

  • Acura/Honda vehicles using OEM parts#33900STKA11 (Partslink#AC2592111)
  • Ford/Lincoln vehicles using OEM part#4F9Z15200AA (Manufacturer Part# 3225-2050B)
  • Jaguar vehicles using OEM part#XR837532
  • Subaru vehicles using OEM part#H451SAJ100
  • Nissan vehicles using OEM part#26154-EA500 84501AJ00A
  • Suzuki vehicles using OEM part#990E0-65J36-000
  • Some Land Rover fog lights


  • These projector fog lamps will fit many cars as long as there is enough space to accommodate
  • Some modification/retrofit is required for installation, such as adding mounting brackets, wiring etc

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