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Old 04-22-2013, 06:46 PM   #1
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GT Fog light help

Hey im a bit new just got my 13 mustang a month ago. Well I bought a GT grill with the fogs and have to clue how to get them to mount? I thought they would screw into the grille it came with but apparently their is a bracket in the front end of the car and im lost. I was told there was a post about someone doing this, any help would be appreciated!
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Old 04-22-2013, 09:41 PM   #2
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Remove the stock grille, mount the fogs on the bracket and screw them in (they're designed to be screwed in with the bumper off but you can slip you hand behind the bracl and make it work), and install the fog-compatible grille. Nothing crazy
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Remove the stock grille, mount the fogs on the bracket and screw them in (they're designed to be screwed in with the bumper off but you can slip you hand behind the bracl and make it work), and install the fog-compatible grille. Nothing crazy





Ok so when I take out the grille and surround ( I will be yanking it not taking the bumper off) there should be a bracket behind it even though it is a v6?
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Yeah, all mustangs have the same chassis, for the most part. The bracket is there for the v6 and the install isn't very hard. You're going to want to match up your custom wiring to your parking lights unless your car came with the foglight wiring already
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Yeah, all mustangs have the same chassis, for the most part. The bracket is there for the v6 and the install isn't very hard. You're going to want to match up your custom wiring to your parking lights unless your car came with the foglight wiring already
ok awesome thanks!! I didnt get any wiring yet and was going to install them unplugged for the time being. I was thinking of getting that 50$ adapter and splicing it to a add a fuse for the headlights because I dont want to spend over $250 for wires.
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No problem, and yeah that'll work but it was better for me to hook it up to the parking lights due to the fact that the fogs can run with the day lights as well as the high beams, which isn't the case with the stock set up.
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No problem, and yeah that'll work but it was better for me to hook it up to the parking lights due to the fact that the fogs can run with the day lights as well as the high beams, which isn't the case with the stock set up.
So did you spend $50 for the adapter an splice it with a add a fuse??
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ok awesome thanks!! I didnt get any wiring yet and was going to install them unplugged for the time being. I was thinking of getting that 50$ adapter and splicing it to a add a fuse for the headlights because I dont want to spend over $250 for wires.
Don't cheap yourself. You've spent this much money in the car. Besides, my harness was 189 and it works fantastically.
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Don't cheap yourself. You've spent this much money in the car. Besides, my harness was 189 and it works fantastically.
Did mine with a simple switch with inline fuse. My interior LEDs are linked to my fogs.
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Did mine with a simple switch with inline fuse. My interior LEDs are linked to my fogs.
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