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Old 09-28-2013, 04:30 PM   #1
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1995 fog lights (HELP!!)

ok well my fog lights stopped working today the light on the switch to turn them on still glows but the lights do not turn on and yes I have headlights on and no they are not on high beam. I was reading that this is because one of the bulbs is burnt out or it could be some wiring is toast they were working last night. so please give me some advice if you can
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Old 09-28-2013, 04:47 PM   #2
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Check to your wiring and make sure everything fine. If it is it's Ur bulbs
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Check to your wiring and make sure everything fine. If it is it's Ur bulbs
I will do that when I get off work. I am debating if I should pick up bulbs anyway apart of me thanks yes because even if that's not it idk when they were last replaced anyway
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Check your fuse...
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[QUOTE="jduckz5.0;1810462"]Check your fuse...[/QUOTE

That would prob be the quicks and most easy I can't belive I did not thank of this step
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Lol hopefully its that simple...
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Lol hopefully its that simple...
yeah I hope so also I already looked at some aftermarket ones if there toast ill go with the tinted ones from am
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Are your lenses cracked??? Or would you rather just buy from am with the bulbs in it???
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Are your lenses cracked??? Or would you rather just buy from am with the bulbs in it???

I was reading I might have to get a whole new unit I hope not I would rather get these working then put tint on them
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You have bulbs that go in...unless yours are cracked...but check fuses first...then check bulbs...its not common for both to burn out at same time...
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You have bulbs that go in...unless yours are cracked...but check fuses first...then check bulbs...its not common for both to burn out at same time...

I know that's why if its not fuses it a bigger issue
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Check your fuses, check your bulbs, check the wiring and take a multimeter to the plug and see if you are getting power to it. Could be a bad switch too... luckily this is something that is not too hard to troubleshoot.
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Make sure to check the connector under the center console
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Make sure to check the connector under the center console
Well the little Orange light is still turning on
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Well the little Orange light is still turning on
idk if that affects that I just know that's where the connector is I had to get in there and switch some wire so my fog would come on without my headlights. It's a black connector with a red plastic tab.
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I'll look in to it when I can get it in a garage it's raining bad in the northwest not that that is really a surprise
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I'll look in to it when I can get it in a garage it's raining bad in the northwest not that that is really a surprise
ok just open your center console take out the line 6 screws I think and it should be ride there. Yea I feel you on the rain it's an everyday thing here in Japan
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If the light is on then its still connected...I would open console until you check everything else...
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If the light is on then its still connected...I would open console until you check everything else...
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check the bulbs, mine did same because the lenze was cracked and water got in and fried the bulbs.
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check the bulbs, mine did same because the lenze was cracked and water got in and fried the bulbs.
I plan on it rain just needs to let up we're getting the end of the stuff going on in Japan
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I plan on it rain just needs to let up we're getting the end of the stuff going on in Japan
ha I'll try to slow it down for ya
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Well guys storm let up went out checked fuse if was find and it's been dry for about a hour or took so snapped a photo of my fogs looks to me like there was a crack or some thing
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Condensation in the housing. The bulb probably fried. If one light is out they don't come on
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Condensation in the housing. The bulb probably fried. If one light is out they don't come on
Yeah debating on ordering New houseing if I do I will be ordering smoked ones
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Just buy an OEM Cobra bumper and do the Envoy fogs. Will give you an excuse to upgrade lol.
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Think I would rather spend 75 on smoked fogs and save for a 3 inch cowl
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Excellent idea!
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Excellent idea!
Don't get me wrong the cobra bumper is sexy and one day ill prob add it but I thank 3 inch cowl is much more sexy
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Cowl AND Cobra bumper AND Envoy fogs.



Just sayin...

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Cowl AND Cobra bumper AND Envoy fogs.



Just sayin...

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Cowl AND Cobra bumper AND Envoy fogs.



Just sayin...

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looks great
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Well guys replaced the lights and saw that the passenger side fog has water sitting in the bottom so I believe that is the sign to pick up son new ones
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Well guys replaced the lights and saw that the passenger side fog has water sitting in the bottom so I believe that is the sign to pick up son new ones
I took mine off, dried them out, sealed them up and put them back on...but I'm cheap like that lol
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Well guys replaced the lights and saw that the passenger side fog has water sitting in the bottom so I believe that is the sign to pick up son new ones
You can get the OEM ones for super cheap

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