Originally Posted by pjp91389
I've searched everywhere and seen a few different answers but nothing that has helped me. I wanted to see if anyone could help me on an issue that's driving me crazy.
I ordered LED fog replacement bulbs - I know they're not going to throw a crazy amount of light, but I moved around infront of the projector lens and I'm convinced they just aren't aimed correctly because it's no longer a halogen bulb giving off 360 degree light (I can post a picture of the bulbs I have but they're H11 CREEs).
I've been jerking around in the wheel well and I cannot for the life of me, figure out the adjustment screw. Mine seems to have some type of a plastic cap on it. I can't get a Phillips head or a torx 15 bit inserted in it. Even tried cutting the plastic piece off and it just won't budge. Does anyone have any tips or know what's going on? I'm willing to remove the entire fog light housing if it makes adjusting that darn screw easier. I already have the bezel off the front, I just can't get anything else to budge. Any help would be really appreciated. Thanks!
This thread has some good pictures on what it looks like back there with the tabs. They are pretty easy to take off an put on once you understand its more being able to see it can be a little hard. there is a single screw to turn to pivot it up and down.
New OEM 2015 SRT LED fog lights installed in High Altitude. Pictures and install!
also I have tried many LED H11 for the fogs and they were all crap never enough usable light. The SRT OEM LED fogs are by far the best option for an LED fog. plenty of light and for a MY 14 they are plug and play no modules, resistors, relays or any of that crap just plug em in. only draw back is they are a little pricey at around $305 for the set. but if you factor in how many H11s you will probably buy looking for a usable LED the $300 bucks doesn't look so bad, buyem put em in and never think about it again instead of always looking for and buying a better one lol good luck
Also if you want to match the HID headlights a little better with those SRT LEDs the the OSRAM 5000k CBIs bring the HIDs closer without any loss of light or gaudy blueness.
I have had the OEM SRT fogs and the 5000k CBIs for a few months now in my summit and very happy with them