- Factory original quality for less
- Certified to NSF standards
- Direct replacement
- Installation is identical to the factory unit
- No vehicle modifications required
- Backed by a limited lifetime warranty
TYC fog lights are reasonably priced, but it doesn’t mean that they are cheap universal-fit parts that will require extensive modifications for fitment. There are no differences between your original lights and TYC products: same quality, same design and same installation. Each lamp is designed to meet DOT/SAE standards and the US Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard. The result? You get OE-like mounting provisions, adjusters, and sockets accompanied by the perfect fit to the body lines of your vehicle. Another benefit you get is the everlasting TYC durability. And because quality and durability are the hallmark of the TYC products, the company is so confident in its fog lights that they’re backed by a limited lifetime warranty against any and all defects in materials and workmanship for as long as the original purchaser owns the vehicle on which the part is installed.
TYC goes all out to create products that meet the highest standards set in the aftermarket industry, and TYC lights are no exception to the rule. After a series of stringent tests, these lights have been certified to NSF standards. NSF International is an accredited certification body that tests and certifies products to verify they meet public safety and health standards. The new Standard P377 that governs NSF’s lighting certification program was formulated by the organization in collaboration with the most reputable companies in the automotive accessories business.
All the products that meet the standard requirements are guaranteed by NSF to ensure high quality of performance in terms of fit, form and function, as well as the production facility’s quality systems. The certification program includes on-site inspection and approval of the manufacturer’s production and quality systems; part quality assurance requirements; part testing to ensure the highest level of performance; dimensional and material requirements; quarterly facility audits; random in-market part testing and monitoring of customer complaints. All the procedures are to guarantee that the parts utilized for the repair of a vehicle maintain the integrity of the original collision management system.