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Fog Light Trim - Passenger Side, Chrome, Bezel, Except V Model
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$24.22
Product Details
Location : Passenger SideNotes : Fog Light BezelColor/Finish : ChromeQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 15904575Replaces Partslink Number : GM1039112Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Driver Side, Chrome, Bezel, Except V Model
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$24.22
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Location : Driver SideNotes : Fog Light BezelColor/Finish : ChromeQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 15904574Replaces Partslink Number : GM1038112Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Driver and Passenger Side, Chrome, Bezel, Except V Model
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$46.02
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideNotes : Fog Light BezelComponents : (2) Fog Light TrimsColor/Finish : ChromeQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 15904575, 15904574Replaces Partslink Number : GM1039112, GM1038112Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Passenger Side
Replacement
Part Number: REPA108201
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$35.44
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Location : Passenger SideColor/Finish : PrimedQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 71102TZ3A20Replaces Partslink Number : AC1039107Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Driver Side
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Part Number: REPA108202
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$35.44
Product Details
Location : Driver SideColor/Finish : PrimedQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 71107TZ3A20Replaces Partslink Number : AC1038107Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Driver and Passenger Side
Replacement
Part Number: SET-REPA108201
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$67.33
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Fog Light TrimsColor/Finish : PrimedQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 71102TZ3A20, 71107TZ3A20Replaces Partslink Number : AC1039107, AC1038107Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Passenger Side, Textured
Replacement
Part Number: REPD107509
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$10.58
Product Details
Location : Passenger SideColor/Finish : TexturedQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 55077238AD, 55077238ABReplaces Partslink Number : CH2599101Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Driver Side, Textured
Replacement
Part Number: REPD107510
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$10.58
Product Details
Location : Driver SideColor/Finish : TexturedQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 55077239AD, 55077239ABReplaces Partslink Number : CH2598101Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Driver and Passenger Side, Textured
Replacement
Part Number: SET-REPD107509
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$20.10
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Fog Light TrimsColor/Finish : TexturedQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 55077238AD, 55077238AB, 55077239AD, 55077239ABReplaces Partslink Number : CH2599101, CH2598101Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Passenger Side, Base Model
Replacement
Part Number: REPA108005
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$14.42
Product Details
Location : Passenger SideColor/Finish : Paint to MatchQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 71102SEPA10ZAReplaces Partslink Number : AC1039104Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Driver Side, Base Model
Replacement
Part Number: REPA108006
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$14.42
Product Details
Location : Driver SideColor/Finish : Paint to MatchQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 71107SEPA10ZAReplaces Partslink Number : AC1038104Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Driver and Passenger Side, Base Model
Replacement
Part Number: SET-REPA108005
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$27.40
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Fog Light TrimsColor/Finish : Paint to MatchQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 71107SEPA10ZA, 71102SEPA10ZAReplaces Partslink Number : AC1038104, AC1039104Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Passenger Side
Replacement
Part Number: REPN108605
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$13.14
Product Details
Location : Passenger SideColor/Finish : Textured BlackQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 62256ET80AReplaces Partslink Number : NI1039110Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Driver Side
Replacement
Part Number: REPN108606
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$13.14
Product Details
Location : Driver SideColor/Finish : Textured BlackQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 62257ET80AReplaces Partslink Number : NI1038110Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fog Light Trim - Driver and Passenger Side
Replacement
Part Number: SET-REPN108605
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$24.97
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Fog Light TrimsColor/Finish : Textured BlackQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 62257ET80A, 62256ET80AReplaces Partslink Number : NI1038110, NI1039110Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
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Fog Light Trim Buyer's Guide 

Summary

  • Fog lights are used to help the driver see the road ahead in extreme weather conditions where visibility is hampered. 
  • The main function of a fog light trim is to seal the gap between the frame and the actual fog light. Aside from sealing the gap, many fog light trims come in different colors and designs to add a personal touch to your vehicle. 
  • There are a lot of options for you to choose from if you want to replace your vehicle’s fog light trim. They can come either in a rectangular or circular shape. You can also choose between plastic, stainless steel, and chrome-plated variants. 
  • A typical fog light trim replacement costs around $50 to $100. Make sure to enter the correct details in our search engine to ensure that you are getting the right fit for your vehicle. 

Whether you own a luxury sedan, an SUV or a pick-up truck, customizing your vehicle has surely crossed your mind. The automotive industry now offers a lot of ways for you to customize your vehicle. From customizing your bumper trims, changing your wheels to simply installing antenna toppers, there are more than enough ways to put a personal touch to your vehicle.  

If you’re the kind who just wants low-key vehicle customization, then replacing your fog light trims with a new and trendy design may be one of your options. 

What are fog lights and what do they do? 

Before discussing what fog light trims are, let us first discuss what fog lights are. Unlike headlights and tail lights, fog lights do not come as standard in most vehicles. These lights were made specifically to help the driver see the road ahead in extreme weather conditions where visibility is hampered by mist, fog, rain or snow.

Although headlights can already provide the needed illumination, the headlight’s wide beam may reflect back in the driver’s eyes. This may distract the driver and cause unwanted accidents on the road. Fog lights, on the other hand, have a steeper angle. This means that the beam is more focused, allowing it to pierce through the haze, giving the driver a clearer view of what is ahead. Fog light bulbs can either be Halogen, LED, or Xenon. 

Fog lights are usually installed in the lower front portion of your vehicle near the lower bumper cover. Although these lights are strategically placed lower than headlights, there is no doubt that these lights are still noticeable. Because of this, a lot of car owners choose to make fog lights a part of their vehicle customization project.

If your vehicle does not come with fog lights, you may choose to install aftermarket fog lights for your vehicle. One way to customize your fog lights is to install eye-catching fog light trims.

What is a fog light trim? 

Basically, the main function of a fog light trim is to seal the gap between the actual fog light and the frame. To give you an idea, they usually look like margins or borders surrounding the fog light lens. Factory-installed fog lights usually come standard trims that are usually plain black or grey, depending on the color theme of your vehicle. If you want to upgrade to a more eye-catching trim, there are a lot of options available in the market for you to choose from.

What are the types of fog light trims? 

Rectangular vs Circular

Fog light trims come in different shapes and designs but basically, they can be grouped into two. A typical fog light trim can be rectangular or circular. The shape of your fog light trim would greatly depend on your fog light specifications especially if your vehicle already comes installed with one. However, if you are an off-roader and you want to install aftermarket fog lights, knowing the difference between rectangular and circular fog lights may be helpful. 

Most off-roaders prefer round fog lights over rectangular ones. Round fog lights feature parabolic lenses which are said to throw a more efficient light pattern than lenses with a square or rectangular shape. 

Aside from shapes, fog lights can be classified in terms of what they are made of. Fog light trims are usually made of plastic, chrome or stainless steel. When shopping for one, make sure to consider what material best suits your vehicle aside from its design.  

Plastic

Plastic trims are the most popular among the three variants. Although they are much lighter than chrome and stainless steel, they are durable enough to withstand different road conditions and debris on the road. 

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel trims are the most durable among the three. Because of the nature of the materials used, it is also resistant to corrosion and staining. This makes it low maintenance and durable choice, especially for off-roaders.

Chrome 

If you’re looking for a shinier and eye-catching option than stainless steel, then chrome plated ones might be your best choice. One of the advantages of installing a chrome trim is that they are easier to clean compared to stainless steel. Chrome plating also protects the material from corrosion. 

How much does a fog light trim replacement cost? 

Usually, a fog light trim can cost around $50 to $100. It may be sold individually or in sets of two or four. They are also available in different colors and finish so you have a lot of options to choose from. Trims can also come in a rectangular or circular shape. Make sure to check your fog light specifications before shopping for one. If you are in doubt, you can always contact your trusted mechanic. 

Why should I replace a damaged fog light trim? 

There are two major reasons why you should replace your fog light trim:

Practicality 

Since fog light trim seals the gap between the actual fog light and the frame, it also helps ensure that debris, dust and water leaks do not enter the inside of your fog light lens or housing. Not replacing a cracked fog light trim can cost you more money afterward. You might end up replacing the whole fog light kit.

Aesthetics and Market Value

Replacing fog light trims aren’t solely for customization. Although most purchase new trims because of this reason, cracked or worn out fog light trims can also damage your car’s aesthetic appeal. It may also lower your vehicle’s market value especially if you plan on reselling it in the future. 

Installing Fog Light Trims

The fog light installation process can be different depending on your year, make and model. Although replacing trims can be a simple task you can do with the assistance of do-it-yourself videos online, it is best to contact your trusted mechanic to do it for you. 

Quick Tips in Buying Fog Light Trims

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Driving at night is already difficult as is. But it's several times harder when it's raining, snowing, or fogging heavily as well. It isn't easy to drive when such conditions are present because apart from the roads being more slippery, you'd also have to deal with limited road vision. Yes, you may have powerful headlights equipped on your car, but there are times that they simply aren't enough. Sometimes, you'll need the extra illumination provided by fog lights. Not all vehicles are furnished with those though as they're mostly only available on premium cars. If your car is equipped with fog lights, then consider yourself lucky.

Fog Light Trim Styles

Aside from providing additional illumination and promoting safety, fog lights are another aspect of your car's exterior that you can put your personal touch into. Fog light trims in particular allow you plenty of options to stylize and personalize as there are literally hundreds of trims styles available in the market. You could replace your stock fog light trims and go for trims that are sleeker, sportier, or shinier.

Fog light trim styles come in several of shapes. There are circular and rectangular variants, among others. They come in varying sizes-there are variants in which you can fit in fog lights that are as big as headlights while there are others that can only house very small lights. Of course, fog light trims come in a variety of colors as well.

Your biggest consideration though should be the material of the fog light trim. Fog light trims are generally made of plastic, chrome, or stainless steel. Plastic trims are the most common in the market. If you're going with a chrome motif for your vehicle, then go for chrome. But if you want the most durable type of fog light trims, then go for stainless steel. We recommend opting for those if you have the money. Remember, fog light trims are located in the lower part of your bumper, making them vulnerable to a lot of elements-these won't pose a lot of problems for stainless steel trims.

Cost

Plastic trims are the cheapest variants; there are brands that offer these for as low as approximately $15. Chrome and stainless steel trims are much more expensive than plastic trims. Their price is usually double that of plastic trims.

How to Replace the Fog Light Trims in a 2010 Mazda 3

Not all vehicles are equipped with the very helpful fog lights. Fortunately, your good-looking 2010 Mazda 3 is furnished with those. You should be grateful that you have them because after all, fog lights are a tremendous help when driving through the rain, snow, and of course, fog.

But aside from their functionality, fog lights are another aspect of the car exterior that you can customize and stylize to your liking. The fog light trim, the component that houses the light itself, in particular comes in numerous colors, shapes, and sizes. You have plenty of options available to you when you do choose to personalize your fog lights.

When replacing the fog light trim, you'd normally have to remove the bumper first. In this guide however, we'll tell you how to replace the fog light trim in your 2010 Mazda 3 without having to take off the bumper.

Difficulty level: Moderate

Tools:
  • Jack
  • Jack stands
  • Tire iron
  • Screwdrivers
  • Sockets
  • Ratchet
  • Needle-nose pliers

Step 1: Park your Mazda 3 on a level surface.

Step 2: Lift the front end of your car then place jack stands underneath it. After that, grab your tire iron and remove both front wheels.

Step 3: Once the wheels are out of the way, remove the dark-colored screws behind the bumper (the ones on the wheel well). There should be 3 screws on each wheel well. There's an extra 10mm bolt, which is located further inside the wheel well, that you'd have to remove on the passenger side though.

Step 4: Go underneath the bumper (in front of the passenger side wheel well) and remove the three dark-colored screws (not the silver ones).

Step 5: You can now pull back the bumper liner from underneath and behind the bumper. That should give you access to the fog light trim. Get something heavy (ex. a jug of liquid) to hold the liner back so that you can work on the trim.

Step 6: Remove all the connections that hold the fog light assembly in place. There are several screws and wiring harnesses in there. Get the screws first so that you can detach the harnesses properly. Once all of those are disconnected, you can finally take out the fog light trim.

Step 7: Repeat steps 5 and 6 on the driver's side. This should be easier now since the driver's side has fewer connections.

Step 8: Once both fog light trims are out, install the new ones in place. Make sure that all the connections you removed earlier are reattached properly.

Step 9: Put the bumper liner and the wheels back to the way they were.

Fog Light: Just the Facts

In driving, nothing can be riskier than losing road visibility due to heavy rain or snow. Sure, headlights and windshield wipers can help you see the road ahead, but during extreme precipitation your safety greatly relies on having a reliable fog light. As the name implies, a fog light is used to enhance road visibility during foggy or misty conditions.Ideally, your vehicle must have front and rear fog lights. While the front fig light acts as the vehicle's headlight during foul weather conditions, the rear fog light makes your presence visible to the motorists after your vehicle.So, never compromise vehicle safety; replace your vehicle's faulty fog lights today. CarParts.com offers the best fog light for your vehicle.


• We offer halogen fog lights guaranteed to provide greater illumination.

• Whether you are looking for Original Equipment (OE) or aftermarket fog lights, we have them all for you.

• Fog light installation is definitely a perfect do-it-yourself project.

Fog Light: What Every Car Owner Should Know

One of the most dangerous problems you can encounter on the road is losing adequate road visibility. This happens more often during the winter months, when fog scatters everywhere. Depending on its density, fog can reduce visibility to less than 1 kilometer. This makes it hard for your vehicle's headlights to fully illuminate the road ahead. That's why fog lights are now standard parts of every vehicle. Fog lights are designed to emit an intensified and much brighter illumination than ordinary headlights. The fog lights' brighter beam ensures you of sufficient road visibility, despite the presence of thick fogs. You don't want to compromise safety, right? So once your stock pair of fog lights starts to act up, get a fog light kit and equip your vehicle with a new set of fog lights. You're now at the perfect store to get a premium-quality fog light kit for your vehicle. We offer the cheapest prices online, so just take your pick at our catalogs!


• Includes fog light assembly and needed wiring

• Enhances road visibility during foggy conditions, once installed

• Easy to install, no complicated wiring needed
 

Fog Light Kit

How to Install Your Fog Light Kit in 6 Easy Steps

When visibility is down to almost zero, you can always rely on your fog lights to zero in your focus on the road. You see, these types of lights are engineered to provide you the optimum amount of lighting during cases of hazy weather conditions. In case you need a new set of fog lights for your auto, here is a speedy six-step guide to installation.

Required skill level: Intermediate

Needed tools and materials

  1. Wrenches
  2. Pliers
  3. Screwdriver
  4. Electrical tape
  5. Gloves
  6. Drill and rotary cutting tool (if mounting holes are not available)

Preparation before installation

As a safety measure, be sure to turn off the ignition and to disconnect the black negative battery cable before performing the installation. You see, failing to do so will cause electrocution.

Making a hole for the fog lights if one is not present

Typically, a car should have an empty space allotted for the fog lamps. These spaces are usually located just underneath or on the bumper. Use a drill and rotary cutting tool to cut off a hole from the bumper. Make sure that the dent created allows the fog lights to fit tightly.

Mounting the fog lights

Once a hole is present, mount the fog lamps to the housing based on the instructions set by your model-specific installation kit. Also, use the drill to make holes for the kit's mounting screws.

Connecting the wiring

Next, check the relay under the hood to connect the wiring from the back of the fog lamps. Finding the right connections should be easy since the installation kit's manual contains the wiring scheme.

Mounting the fog light switch to the housing

Once the relay is connected to the lamps' wiring, mount the switch on the instrument panel. In addition, use the screwdriver to tighten the screws in place.

Testing the new fog lights

Finally, you can test the newly installed fog lamps once all the parts are settled into place.

Tips and warnings

  • You may use the electrical tape to waterproof the wirings for an additional protection.
  • It is always a good idea to wear gloves during installation because skin oil can reduce the bulb's lifespan.

Fog Light Trim Buyer's Guide 

Summary

  • Fog lights are used to help the driver see the road ahead in extreme weather conditions where visibility is hampered. 
  • The main function of a fog light trim is to seal the gap between the frame and the actual fog light. Aside from sealing the gap, many fog light trims come in different colors and designs to add a personal touch to your vehicle. 
  • There are a lot of options for you to choose from if you want to replace your vehicle’s fog light trim. They can come either in a rectangular or circular shape. You can also choose between plastic, stainless steel, and chrome-plated variants. 
  • A typical fog light trim replacement costs around $50 to $100. Make sure to enter the correct details in our search engine to ensure that you are getting the right fit for your vehicle. 

Whether you own a luxury sedan, an SUV or a pick-up truck, customizing your vehicle has surely crossed your mind. The automotive industry now offers a lot of ways for you to customize your vehicle. From customizing your bumper trims, changing your wheels to simply installing antenna toppers, there are more than enough ways to put a personal touch to your vehicle.  

If you’re the kind who just wants low-key vehicle customization, then replacing your fog light trims with a new and trendy design may be one of your options. 

What are fog lights and what do they do? 

Before discussing what fog light trims are, let us first discuss what fog lights are. Unlike headlights and tail lights, fog lights do not come as standard in most vehicles. These lights were made specifically to help the driver see the road ahead in extreme weather conditions where visibility is hampered by mist, fog, rain or snow.

Although headlights can already provide the needed illumination, the headlight’s wide beam may reflect back in the driver’s eyes. This may distract the driver and cause unwanted accidents on the road. Fog lights, on the other hand, have a steeper angle. This means that the beam is more focused, allowing it to pierce through the haze, giving the driver a clearer view of what is ahead. Fog light bulbs can either be Halogen, LED, or Xenon. 

Fog lights are usually installed in the lower front portion of your vehicle near the lower bumper cover. Although these lights are strategically placed lower than headlights, there is no doubt that these lights are still noticeable. Because of this, a lot of car owners choose to make fog lights a part of their vehicle customization project.

If your vehicle does not come with fog lights, you may choose to install aftermarket fog lights for your vehicle. One way to customize your fog lights is to install eye-catching fog light trims.

What is a fog light trim? 

Basically, the main function of a fog light trim is to seal the gap between the actual fog light and the frame. To give you an idea, they usually look like margins or borders surrounding the fog light lens. Factory-installed fog lights usually come standard trims that are usually plain black or grey, depending on the color theme of your vehicle. If you want to upgrade to a more eye-catching trim, there are a lot of options available in the market for you to choose from.

What are the types of fog light trims? 

Rectangular vs Circular

Fog light trims come in different shapes and designs but basically, they can be grouped into two. A typical fog light trim can be rectangular or circular. The shape of your fog light trim would greatly depend on your fog light specifications especially if your vehicle already comes installed with one. However, if you are an off-roader and you want to install aftermarket fog lights, knowing the difference between rectangular and circular fog lights may be helpful. 

Most off-roaders prefer round fog lights over rectangular ones. Round fog lights feature parabolic lenses which are said to throw a more efficient light pattern than lenses with a square or rectangular shape. 

Aside from shapes, fog lights can be classified in terms of what they are made of. Fog light trims are usually made of plastic, chrome or stainless steel. When shopping for one, make sure to consider what material best suits your vehicle aside from its design.  

Plastic

Plastic trims are the most popular among the three variants. Although they are much lighter than chrome and stainless steel, they are durable enough to withstand different road conditions and debris on the road. 

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel trims are the most durable among the three. Because of the nature of the materials used, it is also resistant to corrosion and staining. This makes it low maintenance and durable choice, especially for off-roaders.

Chrome 

If you’re looking for a shinier and eye-catching option than stainless steel, then chrome plated ones might be your best choice. One of the advantages of installing a chrome trim is that they are easier to clean compared to stainless steel. Chrome plating also protects the material from corrosion. 

How much does a fog light trim replacement cost? 

Usually, a fog light trim can cost around $50 to $100. It may be sold individually or in sets of two or four. They are also available in different colors and finish so you have a lot of options to choose from. Trims can also come in a rectangular or circular shape. Make sure to check your fog light specifications before shopping for one. If you are in doubt, you can always contact your trusted mechanic. 

Why should I replace a damaged fog light trim? 

There are two major reasons why you should replace your fog light trim:

Practicality 

Since fog light trim seals the gap between the actual fog light and the frame, it also helps ensure that debris, dust and water leaks do not enter the inside of your fog light lens or housing. Not replacing a cracked fog light trim can cost you more money afterward. You might end up replacing the whole fog light kit.

Aesthetics and Market Value

Replacing fog light trims aren’t solely for customization. Although most purchase new trims because of this reason, cracked or worn out fog light trims can also damage your car’s aesthetic appeal. It may also lower your vehicle’s market value especially if you plan on reselling it in the future. 

Installing Fog Light Trims

The fog light installation process can be different depending on your year, make and model. Although replacing trims can be a simple task you can do with the assistance of do-it-yourself videos online, it is best to contact your trusted mechanic to do it for you. 

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