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Okay so im hearing different numbers on which bulbs to get.
Which ones are the ones that everyone has? Maybe a link to ebay or somthing. It would really help so I dont have to order the wrong ones. I originally ordered yellow tint so I could put on the fogs before I got the bulbs, But had the hardest time applying it as everytime it would bubble or wouldnt stick. So Instead I wanna get the bulbs and the brighter the better (Not HIDs)

Thanks for the help. and yes ive searched and found different things.

FYI I have a 2011 Sedan but im sure its the same as the 2010's


Thanks guy!! :cool:
 

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I would love this info as well. I have a koup and would love to get some yellow bulbs for the fog lamps....info would be appreciative.
 

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2010 KIA Forte (Sedan)

Low beam headlamp
H11B

High beam headlamp
H1
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Parking light
2357A
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Front turn signal
2357A
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Rear turn signal
1156
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Tail light
1157
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Stop light
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High mount stop light
Assembly

Fog/Driving light
881

License plate
168
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Back up light
921
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Map light
DE3022
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Dome light
DE3022
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Trunk/Cargo area
6418
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Yep 881. I got nokya, had to order it from o'riellys. I love em. Though getting the OEM bulp out is pretttty hard. Other than that its really easy. Gotta jack the car up for sure.
 

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i did my fogs when i did my lowbeams, did not have to jack car up.

steps:

remove both headlight assembly.
driver side you can reach down in behind from the engine bay.
passenger side you'll have to turn the wheels to full left or right, and access the fog lights from the wheel fender/splash guard, it was akward but not super hard.

I guess you could jack the car up aswell if your just doing fogs.
 

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Hey Fas, can i PM you? your inbox is full and cannot recieve any more PMs. But this is what i wanted to find out...

Heyy, how u doing?

any updates on your dad's trip and getting some info on the lip kit?

Also, can you please send me a link where i can get the yellow fog lights?

I really want to get the DRL lights with the new fog lamp covers from superrichmotors.com. Have you seen those yet?
I have emailed them and so far no response on the product as to price and shipping to U.S.

By the way, love ur car! i love racing red!!
 

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That's odd you had an issue with the vinyl. The fogs were incredibly easy for me. The tails def took more work. I didn't even need the heat gun for the fogs. Maybe you didn't clean them properly?
 
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