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Old 09-10-2012, 09:32 AM   #1
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GT/CS Fog Light Extensions

In case anyone else is looking for the wiring harness extensions (pigtails), here's a link to the ones I got. I'll post back and let everyone know how they work. I think these will also work for the Roush foglights.



To answer the question that I know is coming, no, these will not allow you to operate both sets of fogs at once.

2005-2013 Mustang Fog Light Extensions H10 Set

I ordered them from their eBay store since they are bit of an unknown and this allows me to use PayPal. Price is the same.

2005-2012 Mustang Fog Light / Lamp Extensions SET H10-Roush / Aftermarket Bumper | eBay
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If I remember correctly, in order to run both sets you'd have to get a splitter to run a pigtail to both sets I believe

Thanks for the info Napoleon!
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If I remember correctly, in order to run both sets you'd have to get a splitter to run a pigtail to both sets I believe

Thanks for the info Napoleon!
Yes, and it's also illegal in many places to have more than four lights on the front of your car running while driving. There's also the concern of blowing a fuse or melting the stock wiring since you're pretty much doubling the current.
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Yes, and it's also illegal in many places to have more than four lights on the front of your car running while driving. There's also the concern of blowing a fuse or melting the stock wiring since you're pretty much doubling the current.
Yea I wouldn't risk all that lol
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If you buy the CS valance with fogs , they come with those extensions. Mine did.
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If you buy the CS valance with fogs , they come with those extensions. Mine did.
Not if you bought used from me lol
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If you buy the CS valance with fogs , they come with those extensions. Mine did.
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Not if you bought used from me lol
Yup, or if you buy the valence and get the fogs later.
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Re: GT/CS Fog Light Extensions

I wired all four fogs and made a longer harness on each side and i run them all the time, no issues with fuses , u wont burn up wiring unless u put a larger fuse, so far mine is a ok
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Those extensions don't work...
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Old 09-17-2012, 12:16 PM   #10
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Re: GT/CS Fog Light Extensions

Turns out I'm a flipping ****** and ordered the wrong ones. FYI, the GT/CS (and V6) fog lights use a H11 connector, but the GT fog lights use a H10 connector. Not sure why this is, but going to bet that Ford just did some parts bin grabbing when building these cars. Here are the correct links for people upgrading from GT fog lights to the GT/CA Valence with fog lights:

Set of Fog Light Extensions. Converts from an H10 to an H11 bulb connector.

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2010-2012 Mustang Fog Light Extensions SET H10 to H11 - California Special GT | eBay

PS - called the company to talk about it and they were great. The guy on the phone was very helpful and they are accepting the ones that I screwed up and ordered wrong as return and are waiving the restocking fee.
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Wow sounds like a great company to take care of you like that!
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Wow sounds like a great company to take care of you like that!
Yeah, and I even told them that it was my fault. The guy I talked to was very understanding about it. Looks like I'll be under the car again next weekend
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I wired all four fogs and made a longer harness on each side and i run them all the time, no issues with fuses , u wont burn up wiring unless u put a larger fuse, so far mine is a ok
Brian, can you show how you wired all four together?
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Brian, can you show how you wired all four together?
all I did is matched the wires from the connectors and then cut the connectors off and added longer wires and spliced into the connector going to the factory fog lights heat shrinked and that was it, just use the harnesses that come with the kit and extend them, I have no pics its all together, but its a pretty simple job as long as u make sure u match wire from factory fogs to the wires going to the lower fogs?? and use the same size wire, not sure but it was either 16 or 18 gauge?
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