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    Question STS Fog Lamps

    Hi Folks,

    I have a '99 Seville SLS and want to add the fog lamps to the bottom portion of my front bumper like the STS's. Has anyone else done this mod and is it difficult to do such as connections to turn on the lights inside using factory controls or does the STS have a different set of light switches inside? Also how much do you think it would cost? It looks like it will need the lights as well as a different lower grille assembly. Any comments or suggestions???

    Thanks

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    if the lights themselves are the same as my eldo, they come in at $135 each for the lenses only. they arent cheap

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    I think they are a little larger than the lights on the Eldorados so I wouldn't be surprised if the are even more than that.

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    A keyhole saw, some metal stock(for brackets), Catz MSX or Catz MSR or PIAA 60XT lights, remote light harness switch(unless you want to run wires thru the firewall) and some quality time.
    Might as well put in some quality lights if you are going to the trouble. The stock Cad. fogs are pretty lame.

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    Kempie thats pretty sweet dude... But it looks like you already have an STS so the light holes are pre-cut on those. But I will look at the concept anyway. How much those fogs run and where did you get em.

    Thanks for the advice.

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    I got them on Ebay for about 125.oo.

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