Cool! How's the light out put with the LED fogs?
I recently upgraded all of my lights to LEDs, and in the process purchased some LED Foglights from VLEDs. After searching on this forum, I learned that there are only very minor differences between our H11 socket and the H9 bulbs.
When I ordered my stuff (during VLEDs recent 20% off everything sale), they were out of H11 foglights in 5k white, so I ordered the same bulb in the H9 configuration.
Some recommend modifying the mounting tabs, I found I didn't even have to do that. Only modification I had to make was to shave one of the tabs out of the female bulb socket. Very simple 30 second modification.
Only problem was that when I plugged them in, they didn't work. I tried reversing polarity but still had the same problem. I did some research and learned that the issue could relate to the nominal impedance of the circuit with the LED bulbs versus the standard halogen.
So, I bought a pair of 6 Ohm 50 W resistors, and two pairs of M/F H11/H9 sockets and made two of these:
Lights work perfectly now! Now, I know some people would have just used vampire taps and called it a day, but I wanted something that was easily reversible and didn't modify any of the stock wiring, so I made these adapters, which really only took 30-45 minutes.
So, be advised, if you want to install LED foglights, you can go either H9 or H11, but you may have to add 6 Ohms resistors to each bulb. Hope this is helpful