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Old 04-20-2014, 09:39 AM   #1
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Foglights v6 switch help

So I'm wanting to put foglights in my 02 v6 I have the foglights mounted in the bumper already and I got the foglights for near the shifter , put that in and there's a wiring plug type thing In there, So my question is how. Do I get it where I can have my fogs turn on and off from that switch, and I know I can wire them to ambers but I want the setup like it would be Comin out of factory
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I(f you do not get an answer here just post in the v-8 section. The v-8s came with fog lights from the factory.
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I'm putting my foglight on a toggle switch till I figure-out how the wiring for the switch is.
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If you're in a state like Virginia, hooking them up with just a toggle switch will not pass inspection. Been there done that with a previous car. You'll either have to remove them or connect them to the headlights. Check your local laws.
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It's only temporary plus I already had my car inspected for the year
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Here's the wiring diagram
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I have an 02 and mine looks like the 99-00 one, not sure about the second diagrahm
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You don't need a light relay
I have my light wired together and connected them to the light relay cable which is the black/white one
Then connect power to light dimmer/illumination wires (I have power directly from the battery)
Black to black ground
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So did You just run your own wires straight from fogs to that switch?
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