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Anyone know what bulb the 14 projector fogs use? I'll be replacing the halogen bulbs with HIDs...
 

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Anyone know what bulb the 14 projector fogs use? I'll be replacing the halogen bulbs with HIDs...
No idea...but when you get in there and or remove the housings, could you snap some pictures? Im interested in installing them in my 12 if possible.

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No idea...but when you get in there and or remove the housings, could you snap some pictures? Im interested in installing them in my 12 if possible.

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I am sure that the projector foglight is the same one used on the 2011 Jeep compass.

They also use the same rear reflector and rear foglights as the grand cherokee.

SO if you find out what the compass uses more than likely it would be the same bulb and same housing.
 

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Chrysler is fond of using the same foglights over their entire lineup. We use the same fogs as the 300 has for years, the old Durango, etc.

My guess is this is just an update to the same housing. There have been aftermarket foglights with a projector in them for our trucks for years (actually before the vehicle was even out :p)
 

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Look for replacement foglights on ebay for the 2011 Jeep compass and you will see what is probably under the jeep grand cherokee bumper.
 

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Hey bro,
did you get to the fog light bulb through the tire well.. was there a certain tool you used to open up the clips to access the fog light bulb
 

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When I replaced my H11 fogs with HID lamps, I found the easiest way to access the sockets was to pull off the lower fascia (7 quick-turn fasteners).

Summit owners, however, can't do this...
 

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Yeah, I have a set of foglight bulbs I've wanted to install in my Summit for months and haven't found time to check out how to even get in there.
 

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All you need to do is reach up inside the bumper behind the fender liner on each side. It took me literally 30 seconds per side to swap the fog bulbs out.


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First turn the wheel the opposite way to provide more room to work. There is a cutout at the bottom of the liner. Remove the single fastener at the bottom with a quarter turn, which will allow you pull back the liner slightly and reach up there.
 
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