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One of the first things I noticed between the turbo veloster and the na was the driving/ fog lights. I’d really like to source some for my 2016 NA veloster. Does anyone make aftermarket kits or am I going to have to order them from Hyundai?
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I used the shark racing kit on my nav years ago. It came with everything needed to add AND turn on the lights.
 
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Those "fog" lights only illuminate on low beams, never on high beams.
 

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With the kit I suggested, the stalk is replaced on the column and you
Can turn the fogs on for both high and low beam.
 

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One of the first things I noticed between the turbo veloster and the na was the driving/ fog lights. I’d really like to source some for my 2016 NA veloster. Does anyone make aftermarket kits or am I going to have to order them from Hyundai?
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One of the first things I noticed between the turbo veloster and the na was the driving/ fog lights. I’d really like to source some for my 2016 NA veloster. Does anyone make aftermarket kits or am I going to have to order them from Hyundai?
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Not sure if I’m searching the wrong things or what but I am not finding anything out there like this.
There were some on EBAY a while back. The clear ones were the first to go, leaving the yellow lens ones (might be a smoked lens as well). I haven't checked in a while so those might be gone as well.
I did the same kit as RPW00Mirage. It came with custom wiring, a slightly modified OEM stalk, and I added the Auto lamp sensor. Not a bad deal. Only issue is that I sometimes forget to turn them off, as they are independent from the headlights, and end up draining the battery.
 

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Honestly my thought was to wire them in on a switch with a relay and everything. Wire it to come on when the car gets power. I just need to find a set and exactly where I’d put a nice switch versus some big ugly switch. I’d like to avoid taking apart the steering wheel
 

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Oem ones are occasionally available on ebay. My 2012 nav came with them so i'm not sure if different stalks were used.
 
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