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Old 02-10-2006, 11:47 AM   #1
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rewiring lights

i bought a 99 mustang with i roush body kit already in place, but the fog lights wont come on at all. does anyone know how to wire them up and how i should go about doing this????

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Re: rewiring lights

I would just follow the wiring and see if it's coroded anywhere or not properly grounded. It could be hooked up to the switch wrong or maybe the bulbs have gone bad.


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Re: rewiring lights

they are very easy to wire, basically you pop the driver side head light out and find the amber power wire (wire thats hot whent he parking brakes or head lights are on) and splice into that line directly or using a power relay. (both work) and also ground the fog lights. You wont have a switch but... would you ever have them off when the parking lights or head lights are on anyway?

also run an inline fuse at least 18 inches from the battery
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