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Lighting Forum
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Old 05-30-2010, 09:53 AM   #10
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If you want the OEM switch, and the discrete cluster illumination, you need to get a euro faceplate. Faceplate only. If you have a Sedan, and are in the US, you are SOL (BMWNA sucks) on activating the rear fog if you have adaptive brake lights.
If you have a 2002+ coupe (not sedan) would it be possible to retrofit rear fogs? Sorry to resurrect an old thread.



p.s. No I don't want them to keep them on all the time (I know from experience that they produce a lot of glare and are an eyesore unless used in dismal weather conditions which unfortunately I seem to run into a fair bit). Even front fogs aren't supposed to be used in normal road driving although many people still use them as an extra set of headlights.

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