Oracle Oculus LED Headlamp DIY Install Video

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Great video showing just how simple it is to swap out your headlights to the ORACLE Oculus for a nice upgrade! Thanks guys :rock:
 

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Anyone, including @ORACLElights, have a DIY install video for the LED fogs?
 

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Hey David, we just put up an install video and install guide on the product page: https://www.oraclelights.com/products/oracle-jeep-wrangler-jk-high-performance-20w-led-fog-lights. Give us a call 1-800-407-5776 if you have further questions.
Thanks--my problem is less so that I don't know how to remove the factory fog and install the LED. That part would be pretty straightforward. My issue is really more so that I can't even access the brackets to remove and replace the fogs. My bumper looks slightly different than the one in your video; it's the Sahara factory plastic bumper. There is a protective piece that makes it so you can't even access the fog bracket to remove/replace. I took off all the push pins I could access and it's still stuck in place.

I think someone mentioned elsewhere that I'll need to remove the eight push pins holding the factory plastic skid before I can remove the backing to access the fogs. Curious if anyone else can confirm before I go thru the hassle.

Thanks all!
 

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