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Sport 2006 Range Rover Sport Fog Lights Factory or aftermarket?

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Andy86787, Jan 24, 2022.

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  1. Andy86787

    Andy86787 New Member

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    Hi, I am new to the forum and hoping this is the place to get an answer to this question, as I can't seem to find out.
    I just bought a 2006 Sport 2.7 and it has twin fog lights at the front, I'm not sure if these are factory or if a previous owner has added them?
    Either way, I really don't like them one bit

    I'll try attach a photo

    Thanks, Andy
     

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    tomcat59alan Well-Known Member

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    Welcome,I don't blame you they look bloody awful.:eek:;):D
     
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    I know, them and the grey wheels...no counting for taste is there?!
    So I'm guessing that's a yes, these are non standard?
    Thanks
     
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    Aftermarket:eek: and no not to my taste either.
    Hope the PO didn’t butcher the original holes or it’s gonna need a new bumper too:(

    think l320 & 322 all pretty much had single round ones flush fitting.
    J
     
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    Fingers crossed.;):D
     
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    gstuart D3 Grandad

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    These were actually a Land Rover accessory , indeed bloody aweful

    So indeed as mentioned if they haven’t cut the big hole out for the fogs u might not need a new bumper, depends if they’ve butchered it

    this is what it should look like with the fogs, if u intend to also fit some spot lights this is what I’m going to do to mine , alas I’ve got a discovery 3 but very similar

    im got tto fit my nudge bar and the new spots I’ve just got, just placed them inside the A bar to show what they will roughly look like

    hope that helps a little, plus included a link for u ref part numbers but please shout if u get stuck

    CE622441-0C02-4BE4-B221-AFFA928FF512.png A77DCD3F-C601-4155-B4B1-EAD0D6967374.png 04CF67CE-C317-4006-AB43-02A8B9C85386.png 03A48DF3-058B-4001-B68A-2A9160B0709F.png 1FBF0FD0-D337-41E5-AA72-874C67CA677B.jpeg C900B689-8B08-45D5-B75D-749000623CD7.jpeg
     
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    marjon Well-Known Member Full Member

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    they were? good god what baffoo thought they looked good:eek:
    If that’s the case maybe the bumper will be ok;)

    J
     
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    indeed, pretty sure they called them light pods, also seen something like that on a face lift freelander , for the life of me I can’t find them , but do remember seeing these light pods as I was looking for wiring diagrams for me , but I’m going to fit a full nudge bar, then cut out the bumper for the fogs

    Indeed might be lucky and not been wrecked behind those pods
     
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    Thanks all that's a big help, new bumper doesn't matter either way they're going can't stand them.

    Wheels getting sorted back to original & I've fitted a gloss black grill to match the side vents should start looking better soon.

    I'll keep posted with my progress as I'll need to find some original fog lights and the bezels they sit in to correct it.

    Thanks again
     
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    looking at the second pic backing plates? Right hand side 2 & 4 looks like the original hole/ bumper used so may be good underneath:)

    Now you mention the hippo I seem to remember seeing some, didn’t look as bad on them I guess otherwise I would of picked up on it;)

    J
     
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    Hi @Andy86787

    ur more than welcome, always a team effort , if u get stuck plse give us a shout as plenty here to always help u

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_...+rover+sport+front+fog+light+bezels+&_sacat=0

    plus powerful 4x4 do lights , bezels etc

    alas my D3 is very similar to ur RRS , so know all about the wiring , looms etc , but I’m just doing something different with mine , ie fitting the fogs in the same place as urs, but then my spots will be mounted onto my A bar

    oh and here’s a parts list for u

    http://new.lrcat.com/#!/12129

    Hope that helps
     
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    indeed , when the fog lights arnt cut out on the bumper they have an outline on the inside to show u where to cut the hole out, plus 1 , fingers crossed the OP can unbolt the lights and hopefully will just have a big enough hole for the wires to pass through and not been hacked

    yes ur right ref the facelift freelander 1 ,

    plus I’m will be nice to finally get all my A bar and these new spot lights fitted , alas don’t know how bright they will be , few specs which I must admit don’t mean anything to me with regards to lumens etc


    Description , 9 inch round LED Spot light
    Additional Information:
    Dual voltage 12/24v
    15x Long life LEDs
    55w
    Water and dust proof to IP67
    EMC Approved (R10)
    ECE R112 Approved
    Corrosion free die cast aluminum housing with stainless steel fixings
    Tough polycarbonate lens
    6500 Lumens
    150m Beam distance
    6000K Daylight colour output
    3 Year warranty
    Supplied with mounting bracket (single M10 mounting bolt)
    Current draw: 4.58A @ 12v, 2.29A @ 24v
     
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    @gstuart Rig 1 up to a battery and shine it down the road:)

    good luck with getting how you want/like you really do pamper her:)
    Been watching your other work too:)

    J
     
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    thats a good idea , trouble is I don’t want a ship to mistake it for a lighthouse, snigger

    bless u , did u see todays update please of what I found with regards to an air leak on the throttle body , plse see what u think as I’m curious to see if it will make much difference to the turbo spooling up so to speak

    must admit really like getting feedback / comments etc of the work I’m currently doing

    thks again and will be interesting to see what u think ref the egr pipes plse

    many thks
     
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