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Are there any fog light kits out there yet for the IM. If there is, can we use the ones for jdm or euro specs??
 

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Are there any fog light kits out there yet for the IM. If there is, can we use the ones for jdm or euro specs??

From the 2016 Corolla Levin ZR in Australia (Still waiting for part numbers):

 

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From the 2016 Corolla Levin ZR in Australia (Still waiting for part numbers):

I don't think the fog light spots unclip like they do on certain cars, so this might mean having to buy the entire front end.

Also notice the headlamp washers. You could potentially add those, I guess.

I dunno, seems it may more sense to get the LED headlamps than to replace the front end to add fog lights but it's not my money.
 

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on the backside of the bumper, the grill inserts , were the fog lights would go, are attached with screws. once you remove the screws the grill will come out. i pulled back to verify if it could be removed and noticed it could and also a pre index cut out as to were a fog light could be used with the existing grill.
 

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here are the part numbers, but your toyota dealer won't be able to order them. asked my rep to check with people he knows and they said NO, can't get them, not for this region.
52040-12100
52030-12100
i got mine from toyota japan, or should say a parts distrubutor. the lights i used diode dynamics.
 

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on the backside of the bumper, the grill inserts , were the fog lights would go, are attached with screws. once you remove the screws the grill will come out. i pulled back to verify if it could be removed and noticed it could and also a pre index cut out as to were a fog light could be used with the existing grill.
That's great to know and it's why I said "I don't think" :p I didn't verify to see if they were. I guess a good hint would've been to see if foglights are an accessory overseas.

Dunno why, for some reason I expect them to be more blatant like on the old Nissans or Dodges... Or our interior dead switches.

Thanks!
 

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on the backside of the bumper, the grill inserts , were the fog lights would go, are attached with screws. once you remove the screws the grill will come out. i pulled back to verify if it could be removed and noticed it could and also a pre index cut out as to were a fog light could be used with the existing grill.
Do you remember seeing ziptired wires off to the side somewhere that might indicate a prewired setup?

here are the part numbers, but your toyota dealer won't be able to order them. asked my rep to check with people he knows and they said NO, can't get them, not for this region.
52040-12100
52030-12100
i got mine from toyota japan, or should say a parts distrubutor. the lights i used diode dynamics.
Are these numbers for the delete pieces or the foglight kit?
 

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those are the bezels with the lamp opening only no lamps, you would remove your black bezels and pop these in grille and opening is all one part. and no there is no wiring in the factory harness that i've found yet, but doesn't look promising.
 

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here are the part numbers, but your toyota dealer won't be able to order them. asked my rep to check with people he knows and they said NO, can't get them, not for this region.
52040-12100
52030-12100
i got mine from toyota japan, or should say a parts distrubutor. the lights i used diode dynamics.
Sewell Toyota seems to be one of the best to order parts from. They were amazing for ordering parts for my old Lexus and the cheapest, even though there were hundreds of miles away from me.
 

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Sewell Toyota seems to be one of the best to order parts from. They were amazing for ordering parts for my old Lexus and the cheapest, even though there were hundreds of miles away from me.
patrick, i have had the dealer i work for check and it's not on the parts master through toyota. i have had my service rep from check to help me out through his channels and they were no help. the above site is your best choice for the parts. i had contacted a dealer in austrialia and they quoted me a price of aus117 for them each, plus wait 3 weeks before they got them and then wait longer to get them from them. FYI
 

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Thanks for the further information, I guess being this early on in the process it may not show up right away, maybe a month or two down the road something will show up? I'm thinking it could be due to stocking and logistics.
 

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and here is the part number for the fog lights....still looking for harness and switch..... FOG LAMP / toyota | part list?JP-CarParts.com
the harness your looking for will be big bucks, also the switch from the japan model, will be wrong for your left hand drive car. i did wire my lamps with a relay hidden in the relay box on the firewall, and used a none used fuse in the fuse box. had to add terminals and fuse to the system, i used a stalk from another toyota vehicle for my setup. would i do it again?? don't know i do know how to wire it up, might do things different now. a lot of work, but i like my results.
 

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Wiring isn't a big deal for me, I can just get pigtails for the fog light bulbs, either from toyota/scion, or autozone. Then just get a factory looking switch and run my own wiring and relay
 

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That fog light wire harness kit will work. As long as it is hooked up correctly, you shouldn't have any issues.
Do you think its something that someone not all that mechanically inclined could do or would they be better off going to a pro?
 
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