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Talking Sammich

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I keep hearing this and I'm confused.... As I understand, and please correct me if I am wrong, but the headlights are on top the fogs are below, see attached mspaint nightmare... (I wish it was as easy as screengrabbing the manual but its not on the hyundai site yet) and if this is an se / sel thing then ignore me....
 

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saxman242

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Low beam is on top, high beam is on the bottom. No fog lights in the main headlight body.
 

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Hmm not as bad as it could, but I doubt that's all there is to it, I'm guessing a relay at minimum, steering column switch swap too maybe, I would imagine wiring us already in place, but could be wrong
 

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Hmm not as bad as it could, but I doubt that's all there is to it, I'm guessing a relay at minimum, steering column switch swap too maybe, I would imagine wiring us already in place, but could be wrong
Well true, there's slightly more to it, sure, but the lights are the expensive part.
 

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I’ve read that the 3rd light in the KDM version is for the dynamic bending light and not a fog light. In other words, it turns with the steering wheel to light the path you’re turning towards.

Hyundai offers this on some cars in the USA, but not on the Palisade.

However, I’ve not been able to confirm this.
 

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I have also heard the same. Although I do wonder why it's a separate projector that does this. Most cars just move the low beam projector to turn the light.
 

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Thank you everyone for the reply. I think that Kia Telluride’s fog lights can fit the Palisade. I will research a little bit.
 
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Ya, but I think the point is to stay OEM, whether kdm or usdm, or maybe my addled mind just assumed that
Perhaps, but a kia light that doesn't quite fit right because the opening is a different size, having to be custom wired in, etc is really no different than an aftermarket option, other than probably costing a lot more money.
 

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Looking at I stalling driving lights to my 2020 Palisade. Waiting to find the correct wiring location to connect. Would like to have them come on with the ignition. Ideas are well omed.
 

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Looking at I stalling driving lights to my 2020 Palisade. Waiting to find the correct wiring location to connect. Would like to have them come on with the ignition. Ideas are well omed.
 

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