For those replacing your fog lights with LED bulbs. Please listen to my 2 suggestions. This is from recent experience.
1 - You do not need to drill or cut the plastic "rivets" holding the wheel well cover to the front bumper. They are re-usable. You basically pull a bit at the rivet (I have a rivet remover). As you're pulling, insert a sharp object strong enough, and thin enough to fit through the center hole. This will release the hold the rivet has behind the bumper. Take it out and reuse it when you are done.
2 - This is not my first rodeo replacing fog light bulbs to LED's. I've used some fairly cheap ones on amazon that were VERY bright on my previous vehicle. Too bright..but I liked them. I bought them again this time around and they were VERY bright before I put them in the housing. Once in the housing the light output was not anything nearly as bright as it is outside. It's because I bought these:
I'm no scientist, but the convex lens at the end of the LED bulb itself beaming it's light to another convex lens, being the glass fog light cover on the car cancels each other out in a way. It's difficult to explain but it did not work due to that. My car has projector type fog lights so it didnt work like it did in my other vehicle without the projector style lens.
TL;DR - don't get LED lights with convex lens at the end, if you have projector style fog lights.