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Old 07-23-2016, 12:44 PM   #1
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Fog light wire on V6

I'm sorry if this has been posted before, but I couldn't find any similar posts that answer my question. Behind my center console, there is a plastic cover over where my fog light switch would plug into (if I had foglights) and a wire that runs back into my dash. Can anyone tell me where this wire leads to? Do all mustangs come with this wire/connector? Thanks to anyone who can answer my questions

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That is the factory wiring to the switch. You do not have the harness running to the foglight location.

Years ago vmp sold a kit with the button, relay and required wiring to install fogs like factory

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If you want to use the stock switch you can tap the white with black stripe wire behind that connector into a 30a relay connect the tapped wire to the 86 contact on the relay. power the relay with a blade fuse holder and a 20a fuse connected to the 30 contact on the relay and the other end to the battery or fuse box. Ground the relay by connecting a wire to the 85 contact on the relay the other end to 1 of the 2 green ground screws over the driver headlight. then run a singal wire split from contact 87 on the relay to both positive leads on the foglight pigtails or directly to the positive contact on the foglight itself using a crimp on terminal end i wouldn't recommend that option as moisture becomes a problem better off just buying pigtails either method you also have to ground the negative leads wherever on the body you can plug in the stock switch and bam foglights that work just as they would from factory!!! You could also just run the tapped wire split directly to the lights then ground them but i wouldn't recommend that for a number of reasons. Hope this helps!
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If you want to use the stock switch you can tap the white with black stripe wire behind that connector into a 30a relay connect the tapped wire to the 86 contact on the relay. power the relay with a blade fuse holder and a 20a fuse connected to the 30 contact on the relay and the other end to the battery or fuse box. Ground the relay by connecting a wire to the 85 contact on the relay the other end to 1 of the 2 green ground screws over the driver headlight. then run a singal wire split from contact 87 on the relay to both positive leads on the foglight pigtails or directly to the positive contact on the foglight itself using a crimp on terminal end i wouldn't recommend that option as moisture becomes a problem better off just buying pigtails either method you also have to ground the negative leads wherever on the body you can plug in the stock switch and bam foglights that work just as they would from factory!!! You could also just run the tapped wire split directly to the lights then ground them but i wouldn't recommend that for a number of reasons. Hope this helps!
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