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Old 03-01-2013, 06:15 PM   #1
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Roush front bumper fogs???

I have a 2010 GT with the standard in grille fogs, I also have roush part #420000 which is a front bumper that also has another set of fogs (which I need to buy and install,lol)

My question is, how can I wire the new fogs with the originals still hooked up?? Has anyone seen a dual harness or anything?
This is a link to the bumper, http://www.americanmuscle.com/roush-...ia-2010gt.html, and as you can see in all the pictures, there's 4 sets of fogs

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I have a 2010 GT with the standard in grille fogs, I also have roush part #420000 which is a front bumper that also has another set of fogs (which I need to buy and install,lol)

My question is, how can I wire the new fogs with the originals still hooked up?? Has anyone seen a dual harness or anything?
This is a link to the bumper, Roush Mustang Front Fascia (10-12 GT) - Unpainted 420000 - Free Shipping!, and as you can see in all the pictures, there's 4 sets of fogs

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the wiring kit it comes with allows you to hook up the OEM fog lights and the roush fog lights. My understanding is they both don't work at the same time tho? So may have to do some wiring work to skip past that, but you will be able to keep both with what you have.

http://1.cdn.lib.americanmuscle.com/files/69044.pdf

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the wiring kit it comes with allows you to hook up the OEM fog lights and the roush fog lights. My understanding is they both don't work at the same time tho? So may have to do some wiring work to skip past that, but you will be able to keep both with what you have.

http://1.cdn.lib.americanmuscle.com/files/69044.pdf

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I seeee... I just gotta figure out how to do it
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I seeee... I just gotta figure out how to do it
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I know there are people on here who have done this, although maybe not with the roush bumper but the CS/Boss fascia with fogs, but not having done it myself I don't have an exact answer if you want them all on at the same time.

Only thing I could suggest would be to run them separately and wire them up separately and then have a separate switch for them. As for making them work together, I would assume it would just involve splicing lines together, but like I said, haven't done this.

hope someone chimes in for ya that has done it!
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I know there are people on here who have done this, although maybe not with the roush bumper but the CS/Boss fascia with fogs, but not having done it myself I don't have an exact answer if you want them all on at the same time.

Only thing I could suggest would be to run them separately and wire them up separately and then have a separate switch for them. As for making them work together, I would assume it would just involve splicing lines together, but like I said, haven't done this.

hope someone chimes in for ya that has done it!
I agree with running the separately. You can hook them up in parallel no problem: Just splice the positive from one light to the positive of the other (use a meter) and the same for the ground wires.

Doing that may pull too much current though. I'm not sure what either of your lights are rated at as I have a 13 and had the LEDs. Be very careful if you run both off the same harness, your car may end up in a fire ball. Seen it before! :0
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I've got both but have a switch that toggles between the sets. I was told the amps needed was too much on the lines so I'd have to replace the lines and the fuse that governed the lights. So just went with the switch. But now have the Roush grill on order so I'll be taking mine out.
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I have the roush front fascia w/foglights and the install was all plug and play and looks awesome BUT as someone mentioned in this thread, you can not light them up at the same time.
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I have the roush front fascia w/foglights and the install was all plug and play and looks awesome BUT as someone mentioned in this thread, you can not light them up at the same time.
Where did you get the writing harness??

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