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Subaru BRZ MULTICOLOR Fog LED Bulbs! Plug & Play! See Installed Comparison Photos!

Diode Dynamics is proud to offer this revolutionary product: PRISM multicolor LED bulbs, for direct replacement in your BRZ's fog lights. This is an exclusive, unique product, designed and developed by Diode Dynamics LLC.

The kit includes two bulbs and a remote control. Set the lights to white or amber to drive around, with the normal nice look of white LEDs. They'll stay on that color until you change it.

When you want to show off, pull out the remote control, and amaze your friends as the fog lights change color! There are 9 preset colors, but you can also program 5 colors to whatever you'd like!

The small addition of color sets the whole vehicle off with a new look, and will turn heads every time! No one will believe you can change the color of your lights with a remote control!

The whole system is 100% plug-and-play: just replace your factory bulbs, and plug the power wire into your factory socket.

Included in your order:

- Two RGB Multicolor 30-5050 SMD bulbs in 9005 size
- Power connector wire (plugs directly into your factory socket for simple installation)
- One Radio-Frequency remote control

Please note: Just like any LED DRL replacement, the LEDs will still turn on as your high beams, but will not project nearly as much light as the factory light. This product is intended for its cosmetic upgrade benefits.

All of our products come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee and a 3-year limited warranty.

If you have any questions or comments please feel free to email us at [email protected] Post or PM

*PM us for the free-shipping code* (U.S. forum members only)

Thanks for looking!
Nick C.
Diode Dynamics

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Ok so I finally had time to try and install these led fog lights but im not sure about the plug into the socket and im good to go. Yes they plug into the socket and work but what about moisture. There is no waterproof seal. I plan on making a shrink wrap to solve this problem but to call them plug and play is a little of an over stretch for me. Any suggestions on a good way to seal the power wire in the socket would be nice.

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