Red Housing with Clear Lens F1 Style LED Rear Fog Light Kit Fit 2011-up Subaru WRX STi, Impreza or VX Crosstrek (with Wire Harness & Mounting Bracket) (AS-IS FINAL SALE)

This is a FINAL SALE item, which is either an open box or a return that might have cosmetic imperfections such as scars/scratches or even broken tabs. The product itself has been tested to be in fully working condition.
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Original Price $79.99
Current Price $59.99
SKU FS72FS009-Red
  • Complete kit comes with LED rear fog light, wiring harness, back mounting bracket, taps and screws
  • Red housing with clear lens, powered by 12 pieces brilliant red LED lights with F1 style 3-second strobe flashing feature as brake light
  • Give your Subaru a better and brighter genuine Japnese JDM look!
  • Direct fit for 2011-up Subaru WRX/STI. However for Subaru Impreza and XV Crosstrek, there are some mods/adjustments are required (see description for more detail)

Want your Subie to stand out? You must get this F1-Style LED rear fog light/tail/brake lamp that will convert your US/North American version's lightless Subaru with a F1 style rear fog light with additional strobe/braking function.

This red housing with clear lens LED rear fog lights inspired by the F1 racing car with a 3-second strobe feature for the braking mode to direct fit for the following:

2011-up Subaru WRX/STi
2011-2016 Subaru Impreza
2013-up Subaru XV Crosstrek

Special Note
For Subaru Impreza and XV Crosstrek, since the rear fog lamp opening on the bumper was not opened completely, you can not use the metal bracket come with this product, instead, you have to make some spacers in order to position this LED rear fog lamp evenly into the rearfog opening.

Wirings Guide
Step 1: For the harness, tap the red wire to the existing taillight positive and the black wire to the ground or taillight negative.
Step 2: There is a yellow wire behind the LED rear fog light and well as a wire extender included in the package. Tap the yellow wire to brake light for the LED rear fog lamp assembly to strobe 3x fast, 3x steady.

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