I found these on ebay auto..... at last the fog lights are available for the 2014 Soul. Complete Kit from Korea...... 2014 Kia Soul Genuine Fog Light Lamp Switch Wiring Harness Complete Full Kit | eBay
Because, young drivers today don't know the technology of what constitutes a true FOG Light.
I've had a couple different colors of fog lights, one was even a rainbow, and never noticed a difference. The only time I had troubles was when the alignment was off.Because, young drivers today don't know the technology of what constitutes a true FOG Light.
But they do like the Ultra Bright driving lights.
I've driven many, many miles in heavy fog, rain or snow and I definitely DO KNOW the advantage of having REAL amber fog lights.
And there were times when I was driving in adverse conditions, without fog lights, and I wished to heck that I DID have real fog lights.
I'd surely NOT waste my money on something that was not going to do me any good.
I see cars coming at me at night with those very bright blue/white driving lights and I wish they had them up their A**.
In a heavy fog, those guys will be blind as a bat. In the mean time, they are blinding other drivers on the highway.
Oh well, I'm just glad that I don't have those things on my car.
Just some plastic lenses that look like lights would look ok. Better than some of the drain looking ones. Then again you could use bumper stickers to cover them up.Thanks for sharing this Old Man Soul! I had looked on eBay a while ago and saw something similar to this for close to $400. Glad to see this is out there. People always point out how cheap the blank covers make my Soul look. I think this would help give me the clean stock look I'm going for. As for functionality, we don't see too much fog in Phoenix. In dust storms, they tell you to turn all your lights off.
My 1998 Ford ZX2 had WHITE fog lights; every set of fog lights I've seen were white. And I had no problem with reflecting back because the lights were closer to the ground than the headlights.White lights do not cut through fog, snow or rain. They reflect back off of it.