Switchback LED Daytime Running Light Assy For 2017-up Nissan Rogue, Foglamp Bezel Replacement White/Amber Optic Tube LED w/ Turn Signal Function


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$149.99
SKU 70-829-Switchback
  • Fit 2017-up Nissan Rogue (Only fit the facelift models, do not fit the 2013-2016 Pre-LCI models)
  • 20W high power LED (10W xenon white LED for DRL driving lights and 10W amber yellow LED for turn signal)
  • Replace either the non fog trim or the foglight trim lower bumper bezel covers to dual-color LED daytime running lights
  • Give your Nissan Rogue a nice dual color switch-back LED daytime running lights matching with the headlight DRL

Add more functionality to your Rogue SUV by equipping the white/amber switchback optic tube LED daytime running turn signal lights!

This is a pair of switchback optic tube LED daytime running turn signal lights that replace your existing fog light bezel. Powered by a combined 20W of high powered LED diodes, each fog light bezel is powered by 5W xenon white LED diodes and 5W amber yellow LED emitters. The xenon white light shines by default to function as daytime running lights and flashes in amber yellow when you engage your turn signals. The LED DRL lamp switches back to xenon white when you complete your turn. Optic tubes are used to create a clean, continuous flow look so that the individual LEDs do not shine on their own.

The switchback optic tube LED daytime running light/turn signal lamp set is made to fit the 2017-up Nissan Rogue (will NOT fit the 2013-2016 pre-LCI models) and is used to replace its existing fog light bezels.

The LED fog light bezels come with a cuttable cover, which is used for non-fog trims to easily upgrade to LED DRL turn signals. If you are installing onto a fog light trim Nissan Rogue, you can remove the cover by cutting the tabs in the back of the LED fog light bezel. Please note that once you do cut off the fog light cover, you will NOT be able to return it.

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