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Old 11-03-2011, 02:46 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Hi everyone,

Trying to replace the factory fog lights on my 2007 Maxima. I am trying to get the lights to match the headlights exactly instead of the yellowish look. What are some good kits, what is the rating to match the factory headlights 6000k?, how hard is it to install?........Thanks
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4300k stock I believe
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Default Re: Fog light replacemant

Stock for 2007's with HID headlights are 4300k. I recommend bumping it up to 6000k and adding a 6000k hid kit on your fog lights. It's plug n play from @Max Power. Very easy to install. Trust me, of I can do it, you can too.
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Default Re: Fog Light Replacemant

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Hi everyone,

Trying to replace the factory fog lights on my 2007 Maxima. I am trying to get the lights to match the headlights exactly instead of the yellowish look. What are some good kits, what is the rating to match the factory headlights 6000k?, how hard is it to install?........Thanks
Max Power's kits are the way to go. I have all 6000K upfront.

Install is easy. First time dropping the bumper is maybe 30-45min. After experience, you'll get it in 10-15. The kits are plug 'n play, maybe a slight Dremel modification to fix a plug polarity issue.

Go for it!
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