Some car enthusiasts have gotten so good at retrofitting parts onto their cars that they could practically take any piece and install it onto their car with their eyes closed. There are actually plenty of retrofit parts to choose from, including retrofit LED halo rings, projector lens, and much more. Enthusiasts can install all sorts of aftermarket upgrades on their cars to get a super unique look that no one else has, making the car super recognizable on the road.
LED Projector Fog Lights are one of the installations that all JDM fans should have on their car, because of both the quality and the style. These projector fog lights are unlike their plastic fog lamp counterparts because they have a full glass optical projector lens with a metal body. This is so you don’t risk melting any of the housing or lens.
If you’re a fan of Ironman and want to combine that with your love for cars, these Ironman style projectors are a smart way to put cars and comics together. This Ironman look is actually OEM from MINI Cooper so if you think this add-on really builds on the way the car looks, you can totally consider installing a set of these H1 retrofit projector lens on your car as well. The LED Ironman look is actually a very popular LED retrofit for projector headlights so you will see quite a few of the big names in the car world sport these projectors.
This guide is for 2008-2010 Mercedes Benz W204 C Class to convert the stock sport front bumper’s halogen fog lights to the 2011-up LCI style LED daytime running lights. This installation would give your car that nice, crisp and signature LED daytime running lights look that the new Mercedes Benz C-class vehicles are famous for. However for this installation, please keep in mind that you have to remove the front bumper to perform this installation, and there is also some retrofit modification involved where you’d have to cut the stock bumper in order to fit the new LED daytime running lights. Because of this, we highly recommend professional installation.
1. There are three screws at the corners of the stock fog lamp that you’ll need to remove in order to take out the stock fog lamp bezel. After you do this, you can remove the front bumper.
2. You’ll need to cut out the original fog lamp bed with stock fog lamp outline in order to proceed. Use a cutting tool to cut around the edges of the opening.