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I bought the 2016 civic touring coupe and want to change out my foglights which don't really match the color of the headlights.
My question is if I replace the foglight bulbs would this cause an error code on the dash??
 

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I bought the 2016 civic touring coupe and want to change out my foglights which don't really match the color of the headlights.
My question is if I replace the foglight bulbs would this cause an error code on the dash??

I replaced mine with a set I got from Amazon 6 months ago, they are still working just fine, no error codes. You don't need to spend over 100 bucks, the 25.00 set I have looks and works just as well.
 

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I replaced mine with a set I got from Amazon 6 months ago, they are still working just fine, no error codes. You don't need to spend over 100 bucks, the 25.00 set I have looks and works just as well.

You are correct. You can pay less. However, the ones I purchased have a 12 year warranty and are street legal. The design include a very good head sink.
 

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You are correct. You can pay less. However, the ones I purchased have a 12 year warranty and are street legal. The design include a very good head sink.
Mine are street legal as well and also generate little heat :x
There are a LOT of fake phillips ones out there, so you don't know if you got the real deal or a fake unless you're buying direct from Mfg and paying full price.
 

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Mine are street legal as well and also generate little heat :x
There are a LOT of fake phillips ones out there, so you don't know if you got the real deal or a fake unless you're buying direct from Mfg and paying full price.
The whole heat generating part is important and great to have since come time for winter, it will be easy to have unobstructed lighting, it'll just melt right off after some short time on the road.

One thing people don't like about going LED, a thing they find out after.
 

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The whole heat generating part is important and great to have since come time for winter, it will be easy to have unobstructed lighting, it'll just melt right off after some short time on the road.

One thing people don't like about going LED, a thing they find out after.

No worries, California, no snow, no ice, no rain. Average temp on the central coast 70 degrees.:)
 

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thanks! just finished putting mine in out in the garage. Got a pair of putco 6000K LED's. Super bright, white, matches the headlights. College hills sent em to me for $ 74.00.
 

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thanks for the info. I just got done installing mine white led fogs from college hills honda $74.00 super white, super bright 6000K easy install. also did all the interior and trunk bulbs with leds.
 

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So the headlight low beams are H11 and H8 are the fogs. I see some LED lights say (H11, H8) does it mean I can use them for either or spots?
 
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