2004 Sable Fog & Driving Lights
- ReplaceŽ - Left or Right Replacement Fog LightMercury Sable 2004, Driver or Right Replacement Fog Light by ReplaceŽ. This is an aftermarket part that replaces factory OE # 3W3Z15200AB. You need all your lights to be functional for safe driving, to see the road and be seen by other drivers....Our price: $88.14$88.14 20% OFF
- Street SceneŽ - Round Driving Light KitUniversal Round Driving Light Kit by, 1 Pair. These great lights are sure to illuminate even the darkest of nights. The kit features high-impact plastic housings to stand up to harsh environments. Though the Street Scene wiring harness is...Our price: $65.00 - $99.79$65.00 20% OFF
"Overall, quite happy with this purchase. The installation went smoothly, and the lamps themselves felt of decent quality. The plastic shields that go overtop of the lights were the only snag to the installation, as the tabs don't match up properly leaving a small gap in the bumper, but it is otherwise unnoticeable. The covers did not stay attached to the bumper on their own, but that was easily solved by a couple zip ties. The harness was quite long which made it easy to route, and the excess length is easy to hide away or cut off. While there are some minor improvements that could be made, I am definitely happy with this purchase, and the price is impossible to beat too."
"Easy to install! Great price... Good choice I made! My Honda looks great!"
"Very happy with the product."
"These fog lights come with all hardware and wiring, as well as the bezels that fit almost perfectly. Granted, auto parts rarely ever fit exactly as designed and always take a little work, but these were mostly plug'n'play with a little elbow grease and awkward positions. I ran my switch through the front driver's side quarter panel into the rubber grommet for the door electronics ending at the fuse box under the hood as well as under the dash. The switch array fit perfectly next to the dimmer control wheel. I ran my green ignition wire into my daytime running light's fuse under the hood, so the fog lights come on automatically when I turn my running lights on or I can use the switch to turn them off and just run my DRLs, the white wire for the main power runs directly into the positive terminal tap and of course all the grounds are run into the chassis. I'm typing all that because the instructions make it hard to realize where things should go unless you have a little electrical know-how and are willing to read up on the wiring of the fuse box, and this is the reason I knocked off one star of the installation difficulty. The other star knocked off the installation difficulty is due to the apparent need to have the correct plug go to the correct light. That was completely baffling and a source of most of the installation time for me. I knocked off one star of quality because the tiny screw that sits on the housing was broken and is pivotal as it is the main stabilizer as well as the adjustment housing. Overall, they're awesome looking and actually shine very bright at night. One word of advice is to maybe go ahead and swap the bulbs, mine haven't burnt out yet, because they seem like a pain to swap and could be a little brighter out of the box. I plan on hard-wiring the ignition and power cables at a later point to utilize the fuse for its intended purpose, to blow so the unit running from it doesn't. Highly recommend!"
"I had never put in my own fog lights until I put these in, and I could figure out how to install simply by the wiring harness. They look great, they work, and they didn't hurt to pay for. One thing that was annoying to work with was the tiny fluorescence outer rim lights are wired separately. Very difficult to get it all to stay connected."