2002 Outback 2.5 A
My 02 OB Wag's back-up lights aren't that bright. Does anyone know how to make them brighter?
I've considered that in the past. Haven't had the Outback long enough to decide if I want to do it, but I've got plenty of cheapie fog lights laying around, I could easily do it..........lukeg199 said:i installed fog lights under the rear bumper . The relay switch for them is hooked up to the backup light wire. Works great!
That's also something I've been thinking of doing for a while. Out here in the woods it can be really challenging to back-up in the dark and they changed the light bulbs ont he 05 Outback so there is no higher power replacement available (already checked with Stern)..lukeg199 said:i installed fog lights under the rear bumper . The relay switch for them is hooked up to the backup light wire. Works great!
I was thinkin' of doing the same thing with a Hella ff75 fog lamp mounted on my rear overhead x-bar with an overhead toggle at the sunglass holder/interior light console(overhead).Boxxerace said:I have a pair of these lamps I might throw on the Subaru (for backup and camping).
Add some bad weather and the stock backup lights do not cut it.
I've been having the same problem, and have thought of many places to put them, but never in that lower black part. I love the idea. Any chance you could take a more up close shot with the lights off, I wanna see exactly how your cutouts are. I'm strongly considering doing this now.rainieroutback said:a few pics are posted in my gallery if any one is interested. that's all.
yeah, i'd be glad to. i've been meaning to post some more pics anyway, so i'll get some more up there. i may even have some already taken, if not i'll take some tomorrow when it's light and post. it was a little nerve racking cutting into the bumper but it went fairly smoothly and was really a pretty easy install. let me know if you have any other questions.null