That's the theory, anyway.
Most fans that lack a light kit have a place to put one. Usually there is sort of a decorative plug in the bottom of the "switch box." Take off the bottom, remove the plug and the light kit will come with a "barrel" that will mate the fan to the light kit and provide a place for wiring to pass through. There is likely a wire for the lights up in there as well.
But I think the fan in my trailer is made a little different. Some serious disassembly/rework my be required to remove the existing kit and replace it.
I replaced the incandescent bulbs with CF bulbs. They have the same "spotlight" shape as the original bulbs but the light is less bright and is much softer. And unfortunately some what blue-ish. But for the money and effort required I may just leave it at that.
BTW, in this trailer this is a 120 V AC fan. Now and then you'll see a 12 V fan.
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