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In foggy weather conditions, it could be difficult to navigate even the most familiar roads. It’s hard to see anything when low beam headlights create reflective glare against fog, snow, or rain. Instead of improving visibility, this effect makes it even worse. You can forget about high beams in such a situation.

The only thing that can solve the problem is a set of fog lights mounted closer to the road. Many Ram trucks come from the factory equipped with traditional halogen bulb fog lights, and now you can upgrade your lighting equipment with a pair of modern projector LED fog lights by Lumen.

Lumen® - Projector LED Fog Lights with DRL

Fits: Dodge Ram/ Ram 1500 2013-2018


  • Functions: fog lights, daytime running lights
  • Power: 72W
  • Lumens: 1800lm
  • Color temperature: 6500K (white)
  • Voltage: 12V DC
  • Housing material: die-cast aluminum
  • DOT compliance, IP67 Waterproof
  • Lifespan: more than 100,000 hours
  • Wiring: ground (black), DRL (white), fog beam (red)


  • Vehicle-specific design ensures these fog light assemblies match the exact shape and dimensions of your OE ones for a perfect fit
  • Clear outer lens with black housing
  • Wiring connectors are identical to OE factory designs for true plug-n-play installation
  • Durable LEDs emit brighter and farther-reaching light than incandescent fog lights in all low-visibility conditions
  • See and avoid wildlife lurking in dark areas near the road sooner
  • LED fog light bulbs rated for over 50,000 hour lifespan – far greater than halogen bulbs
  • Angle of lights can be adjusted easily to suit your preferences
  • Aluminum housings are durable, lightweight, and corrosion-free
  • Additional wiring may be required for DRL function
  • IP67 waterproof rating – lights can be submerged in water up to a meter deep for half an hour
  • Color temperature: 6500k

Visit this page for more information about the new Lumen products.
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