I just finished installing new fog lamps on my 2015 Overland. Thought I would prepare a step by step guide for anyone else looking to do the same. I used the H11 Philips X-treme Ultinon LED Bulbs.
What you'll need:
1) Power Drill
2) Drill Bit (3/32)
3) Replacement Plastic Rivets
5) Replacement bulbs
Turn your wheel all the way to the left or right (depending on which side you start with) to gain better access to the plastic rivets in the wheel well. My Overland has two but you only need to remove one.
Drill out the existing factory rivet. There are tools you can purchase but drilling is by far the easiest. I used a 3/32 bit. This was intimidating for me to do but was no problem at all. Youll need to make sure you use some force to push all the way through the rivet. Then just pry out the rivet using your fingers.
Peel back the wheel well liner. I only removed one rivet to save myself the hassle but you could easily remove both. Untuck the wheel well lining from inbetween the panels. This will allow you to reach your hand under the lining to reach the fog light bulb.
Looking up from the bottom of the wheel well, locate your fog bulb housing. Depending on which side of the vehicle youre on, rotate the bulb to the left or to the right to remove from housing. The bulb will hang down on existing wiring almost all the way to the bottom of the wheel well. This provides easier access when removing and reinstalling the bulb.
Remove the factory bulb from the wiring. Here is where I almost messed up. You want to remove the bulb utilizing the two black side pieces (next to the orange water seal) NOT the grey plug. The wiring should look exactly like this once the bulb is removed.
Attach the end of your new bulb to the plug and make sure you hear it "click". Then reach up and secure it back into the fog lamp housing rotating it till it is securely placed. After installing one bulb I would turn on the fog lamps to make sure everything is working before starting reassembly of the wheel well.
Tuck the wheel well back into the paneling and place your new plastic rivet through the existing hole. I utilized a 1/4 rivet purchased at my local Autozone. I got 6 for $3.50. You can order them online as well. Some people recommend utilizing a tool and similar rivets to the ones that come from the factory. I didnt have those so I utilized what I did have.
Thats it. You're done.
The whole process took me 30-45 minutes but that was primarily because I didnt know what I was doing. I did this in the basement of my apartment garage utilizing only the tools that I mentioned. So this is easy enough to be done anywhere.
On the left, Factory Bulb. On the right, New LED Bulb
Both bulbs installed
New LED Bulb in comparison to LED DRL
I have not had the ability to drive it a night so I cant comment too much on the output. It looks 1000x better than the stock bulb in terms of outward appearances. Once I get some night driving in I will update as to quality.