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Old 02-13-2014, 08:58 PM   #1
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OEM Fog Light Brackets?

I'm wanting to install the full OEM fog light setup for my 2011Yaris sedan. Ok I have the 2 outter fog light shrouds & the fog lights, the relay, & the factory fog light control stalk, but I think I'm still missing something. I haven't removed the bumper nor checked under it, but on the sedan fog lights, do I also need to order a LH & RH bracket, cuz it seems like I'm missing some kind of bracket piece to attach the fog lights to! If so, what's the part #'s for the LH & RH brackets?

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I'm wanting to install the full OEM fog light setup for my 2011Yaris sedan. Ok I have the 2 outter fog light shrouds & the fog lights, the relay, & the factory fog light control stalk, but I think I'm still missing something. I haven't removed the bumper nor checked under it, but on the sedan fog lights, do I also need to order a LH & RH bracket, cuz it seems like I'm missing some kind of bracket piece to attach the fog lights to! If so, what's the part #'s for the LH & RH brackets?

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There are no brackets. The fog lights slip into slots on one side and then attach with screws on their other side.
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like Scott is saying,

the lights slip in the slots molded in the bumper.
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Awesome! Thanks a ton guys. Last question: Is the 2011-2012 Yaris sedan pre-wired for fog lights near the bumper?
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Awesome! Thanks a ton guys. Last question: Is the 2011-2012 Yaris sedan pre-wired for fog lights near the bumper?
No. The wiring is only present from the headlight stalk connector to the under hood fuse panel.
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Old 02-13-2014, 11:28 PM   #6
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No. The wiring is only present from the headlight stalk connector to the under hood fuse panel.
I see. That said, is it possible to order just the OEM fog light harness? If so, what is the part #? Or is that something I'd have to order via Microimage?

Sorry for all the questions. I thought I had this researched well, but the finer details eluded me.
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I see. That said, is it possible to order just the OEM fog light harness? If so, what is the part #? Or is that something I'd have to order via Microimage?

Sorry for all the questions. I thought I had this researched well, but the finer details eluded me.
I have never seen a part number for the OEM harness by itself. Micro Image does sell plug and play kits, but you would need to check with them on if they would sell a harness separately.

Did you light come with an aftermarket harness? If so, the easiest thing to do is to modify that. To connect it to the OEM wiring you would need two pins for one of the under-hood fuse panel connectors. I stock them if you need them.
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Na I don't have any kind of harness I'm afraid. All I need is a harness or wires to connect the 2 fog lights up so that they work.
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I did a search and I think the PN for the OEM harness is 8211252430....big bucks though.
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I did a search and I think the PN for the OEM harness is 8211252430....big bucks though.
That's the complete harness from the fuse box to the headlights, fogs, and quite a few other things. There is an add on harness that is part of the OEM fog light kit, but it isn't available separate from the kit.
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Couldn't he make up his own harness with fuse box pins you have for sale? That's assuming he has the plugs at the light end of the harness..
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Couldn't he make up his own harness with fuse box pins you have for sale? That's assuming he has the plugs at the light end of the harness..
Yes. That would be the least expensive solution.
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Couldn't he make up his own harness with fuse box pins you have for sale? That's assuming he has the plugs at the light end of the harness..
Unfortunately I have no wiring of any kind whatsoever concerning the OEM fog lights. All I have is the LH & RH fog lights, LH & RH shrouds, relay, & OEM fog light control stalk, so I don't have any plugs I'm afraid.

All I need is some kind of wiring solution that will connect the fog lights to the underhood fuse box. That is the million dollar question. One thing I can do is contact Micro Image to see if they can make a custom harness, because when it comes to wiring I'm clueless.
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I did a search and I think the PN for the OEM harness is 8211252430....big bucks though.
That part # is for a Yaris hatchback, whereas mine's a sedan, unless there's no difference?

I see 2 different part #'s that appear to be for the same thing. 8211252200 & 8211252201.

8211252200 says
2012 TOYOTA Yaris SEDAN 1500CC 16VALVE DOHC EFI, AUTOMATIC.
WIRE, ENGINE ROOM, N FRONT FOG LAMP-WITH; FRONT FOG LAMP-WITH&FRONT AIR CONDITIONER-W(MANUALAIR CONDITIONER); FRONT FOG LAMP-WITH&FRONT AIR CONDITIONER-WITH(MANUAL AIR CONDITIONER)

8211252201 says
2012 TOYOTA Yaris SEDAN 1500CC 16VALVE DOHC EFI, AUTOMATIC.
WIRE, ENGINE ROOM, N FRONT FOG LAMP-WITH; FRONT FOG LAMP-WITH&FRONT AIR CONDITIONER-WITH(MANUAL AIR CONDITIONER)

What's the difference?
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Old 02-16-2014, 02:30 AM   #15
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It doesn't really matter as it is not the harness you should be buying. If Garm comes up with an offer for a partial harness for you, the ends that twist lock onto your lights might not be a match. If I were you i would just buy the entire kit from MicroImage and just use your light stalk with it. Put the stuff you have for sale on ebay and you will be better off. So you will have $200 in the entire thing minus what you unload on ebay. Then the guy that buys your stuff ebay will be on here scratching his head on how to "make it work." I'm guilty of doing that and have learned from it. Really, I think you will be better of doing that if you can't make a wire harness. By the way, if you go to YouTube and type in "bairjo", one of my videos will show you how I did my fog light install with the oem stalk....hope that it helps ya out. Good luck with whatever direction you choose to go.

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Nice video, I watched it all!
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