Part numbers is you will need:
Driver side fog light bezel: 20847185
Passenger side fog light bezel:
20847186
GM fog lights 2 of them part number:
10335108 or aftermarket lights that match same part number

Correction in video, I meant to say 1LT not LT1 lol

Comments

    • PussMag
      PussMag

      fogs are cheap, $35 for a pair, relay kit can be picked up for about $20, switch $5

      about 7 months ago
    • Alberto Pino
      Alberto Pino

      what about the electrical part?

      about 1 year ago
    • Tim Madmudder
      Tim Madmudder

      Fog Lamp Complete Light Kit fits 2014-2015 Chevrolet Equinox LT GM OEM 23206779 $159.99 shipped
      Barker Chevrolet 309-365-2161 https://www.barkerchevy.net/

      about 1 year ago
    • Lucas Lopez
      Lucas Lopez

      Do you know how to adjust the height of the light? I need to face mine down a bit.

      about 1 year ago
    • Lucas Lopez
      Lucas Lopez In reply to Lucas Lopez

      The headlights not fog lights

      about 1 year ago
    • Kilvert Reyes Vargas
      Kilvert Reyes Vargas

      I would like to know how you passed the cables from the outside to the inside because I have been looking for the form and I do not really find it, it is supposed that there must be a place where the connection can pass, will you help me with that?

      about 1 year ago
    • mrdez106 Dez
      mrdez106 Dez

      Just bought a 2014 Equinox, would love for you to wire up those fog lights. I wanna take off that ugly plastic covering

      about 1 year ago
    • Austin Grey
      Austin Grey In reply to mrdez106 Dez

      you can just get a connector with wire and splice them into your low beams. So whenever you turn on your low beams they'll come on. That's what I'm going to do if I ever do this.

      about 9 months ago
    • TrainMike2013
      TrainMike2013

      Anyone know of where to a find a video to do this for a 2018 Equinox? It's quite different than the older models.

      about 1 year ago
    • Denzil Ritchie
      Denzil Ritchie

      I own a loaded 2014 Equinox that I purchased new and I hardly ever drive it, and believe it or not it's only has 4,200.0 miles on it. I have never look to see if the factory harness has the plugs for the fog lights, but I sort of doubt it. There may be a plug and play wiring kit for the fog light installation that can be purchased? I did put a trailer hitch on this vehicle and they sold a wiring kit for the trailer lights that was a breeze to install with no soldering crimping or wire nuts, and it was fairly inexpensive. It was simply a harness that plugged right into the existing factory tail light harness and ran down to the hitch with the standard plug. Watching your video makes me want to install the fog lights on my Equinox. Thanks, now I'll have to spend more money. LOL

      about 1 year ago
    • Leopoldo Sanchez
      Leopoldo Sanchez

      anyone know how to install the wire switch and switch in equinox 14 for this lights?

      about 2 years ago
    • Gord Baker
      Gord Baker

      Fog lights are Yellow/Amber lens. These clear ones are correctly called Driving Lights.

      about 2 years ago
    • Bles Davis
      Bles Davis

      thanks. im gonna do the same switch to my 14 equinox

      about 2 years ago
    • lcrosby17
      lcrosby17

      To remove the fog lights then, would you just pull and they should pop off?

      about 3 years ago
    • michael Duncan
      michael Duncan

      the part number you put for the fog lamps are for 2009 and older chevys is that what you used and they worked?

      about 3 years ago
    • Francisco Rios
      Francisco Rios

      what about the wiring.. did you get it done??

      about 3 years ago
    • Steve Hersh
      Steve Hersh

      This was a perfectly easy how to video on how to install the fog lights and bezels. Thanks, I thought that I was missing a piece or something and hadn't started working on my ride yet.

      about 3 years ago
    • Andrew Dillon
      Andrew Dillon

      Did you ever wire these up?

      about 3 years ago
    • viluong sam
      viluong sam

      Thanks for the great video. Took me over an hour to install my and half a day to wire the lights. Got the wire kit from Canadian Tires for 20 bucks and 2 light sockets from the junkyard for a dollar. 2 LED light strips wrapped around the fog light for halo effect. Couldn't do all that without your video.

      about 3 years ago
    • Gnik4144
      Gnik4144

      I've been looking for a video on a 2010 impala fog lights... No luck.... This is almost the same procedure... Thank you a much for the upload.

      about 3 years ago
    • Steve Woodham
      Steve Woodham

      I also am from Detroit, seems you are too, if you send me a personal message we can talk about doing a wiring video because seems like a lot of people are interested

      about 3 years ago
    • Steve Woodham
      Steve Woodham

      I would really like to see the video on how to wire this into the turn signal stick like stock, I have a 2010 nox and just got the bezel and lights like you did, but I found a site that sells the light assembly wiring kit for a toggle application but not for the turn signal stick, I did however find a junk yard that had the stick but no wiring... I hear that you have to get the computer to learn the new lights if it's done this way... Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated

      about 3 years ago
    • Stealth 63
      Stealth 63

      did this to my 13 equinox. The fog lamp snapped in on the top but bottom and sides forget it. No matter how much strength I used did not matter felt like I was going to rip the bumper off. The bolt was difficult to put in and other then spending time to push in the fog light as best I could the bolt was a pita on the passenger side, drivers side not as much. I want to wire it to my headlights, so when the headlights are on so are the fogs.

      about 4 years ago
    • MJ Anderson
      MJ Anderson

      I haven't figured out the harness yet. you have a video on install?

      about 4 years ago
    • BigTechie24
      BigTechie24

      I got the entire kit including the switch from GM Parts Direct for around $230 with sipping and tax included!! and what he is not showing is that you have to replace the turn signal/headlamp switch.

      about 4 years ago
    • Tim Madmudder
      Tim Madmudder In reply to BigTechie24

      What is the part number for the kit?

      about 1 year ago
    • BigTechie24
      BigTechie24 In reply to BigTechie24

      @Larry Lulay you have to look for it as an LT. p/n:23206779

      about 4 years ago
    • Larry Lulay
      Larry Lulay In reply to BigTechie24

      +BigTechie24 - I went to their site and looked under LS, but didn't see a Fog Light "kit". Can you point me to the exact kit, or get me the breakdown of all the parts/numbers I need to get from them?

      about 4 years ago
    • BigTechie24
      BigTechie24 In reply to BigTechie24

      The code is available through the dealership. As far as the other goes I got the kit from www.gmpartsdirect.com

      about 4 years ago
    • Christopher McQueen
      Christopher McQueen In reply to BigTechie24

      @Christopher McQueen thanks for the reply. do you have part # for the forward body wiring harness? and where and how to get the code for the reprogramming? Thanks!

      about 4 years ago
    • Jose Cordero
      Jose Cordero

      Hi again. My LT2 came with these already. The only thing I do want to is to replace my headlights with the projector headlights they only install in the LTZ model. Please let me know. I do love my car and want to make it look really nice.  

      about 4 years ago
    • Jose Cordero
      Jose Cordero In reply to Jose Cordero

      Do you think the Headlight for the LTZ will fit the other models? I want to replace my headlights (LT2) with the projector headlights from the LTZ

      about 4 years ago
    • DENMAN SHAFFER
      DENMAN SHAFFER

      I did this on my 14 Nox and it is a BITCH!!  I used aftermarket lights and bezels from AM Autoparts, not OEM lights as shown here.  Popping the lights into place is a nightmare. I had to  grind off the two tabs that fit into the fender slots and slathered the tabs and the lights with Vaseline and WD40. Drivers side takes an act of Congress and gorilla strength  to get them to pop into place.
      Then the fun starts.  the 7mm screw that holds the bezel in place is absolutely impossible to reach on the 14 model.  I finally took a Dremel tool and ground away a finger size part of the fender at the base of the round cavity where you insert the screw.  then I had to go to Harbor Freight and buy a 1/4" socket  u joint, thumb wheel and a flexible 1/4" drive in order to insert the screw and tighten it.  Without the drilled out section, I believe installing this screw is impossible.  A large piece of frame blocks access.
      Do not overtighten the screw, the bezel is plastic and if you break the tab on the bezel, you are going to be involved in lots of super gluing or replacing the whole bezel.
      total time on drivers side - about 2 1/2 hours.

      Passenger Side - here you will experience the joy of working with your left hand to install the light, but access to the screw is much easier.  to install the light, I finally had to grind off both tabs and then grind away part of the light support ring so I could insert two nylon
      cords to pull the light thru from the front.  I ground  the support piece to keep the nylon cords from riding on the clips on the fender.  absolutely covered all the clips with Vaseline and WD40 and pulled like a Gorilla before I finally got the light to pop into place. 
      installing the bezel is much easier as it is much more accessible.  used the thumbwheel, a 3" extension and again taped the socket like shown in the video.
      Total time passenger side about 4 hours.

      I don't know if the OEM lights are a little smaller than what I used, but I can tell you what I had did not just pop into place with a little pressure from the back.

      Lot of work, but a huge improvement in the appearance.  I had no intention of ever wiring the lights up, i'll bet that is a nightmare of its' own.

      about 4 years ago
    • BigTechie24
      BigTechie24 In reply to DENMAN SHAFFER

      @DENMAN SHAFFER that is why you NEVER use aftermarket for this.

      about 4 years ago
    • ed mcdougall
      ed mcdougall

      Very nice video. I've watched many and this gentleman has done the best presentation so far. Speaks clearly, and uses the English language very well. Thanks.

      about 5 years ago
    • Chris Dijker
      Chris Dijker

      What siZe was the Allen wrench ???? To raise the dog light

      about 5 years ago
    • TheNativeMami
      TheNativeMami

      U need a chrom grill to. I like it

      about 6 years ago
    • RB H
      RB H

      I what wanted to do this for two years. I was always told they don't fit or you can't upgrade the lights. So mad now , but just traded my Equinox for 13 traverse. Thanks for the Vid......

      about 6 years ago
    • wheelsofsteel09
      wheelsofsteel09

      Only thing they make aftermarket is a chrome taillight cover, which i don't think it looks that good. Maybe better if painted same as body color. Seen people just lightly smoke em that looks good. Just wish that had cool looking LED after market tails. I think they would have looked better if the bottom big round main taillight was clear and had leds for bulbs. Similar to a 2012 LTZ Malibu.

      about 6 years ago