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Old 04-17-2012, 04:25 PM   #31
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sorry non halo fogs
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Here are the instructions:
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1) Run fog light switch through firewall

2) Connect Power Wires (White) to the Battery

3) Connect both Ground wlres (black) to any Ground Source

4) Connect the Ignition wires on Parking Lights or Run thru Firewall and hot wire to Ignition fuse located in the fuse box (requires extra wires)

5) Connect the Male and Female plug together (red)

6) Inside the car, locate the Space for the switch to be put on and then connect the switch.
Let's start with step 2. Describe exactly what you did. This is the question I asked in posts 24 and 27 but you never answered.




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on the fuse box theres a positive lead its the white wire not sure were it goes but i know its a +
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Old 04-17-2012, 05:35 PM   #34
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on the fuse box theres a positive lead its the white wire not sure were it goes but i know its a +
That's fine. The Wht wire delivers voltage produced by the alternator to the battery. I would have chosen the black battery wire next to the white wire, but it should be okay.

Step 3 -- where did you attach the black ground wires?
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Ground on right fog is by read light its on bare metal for sure,switch ground is place by the hood lever under the dash.
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Old 04-17-2012, 06:04 PM   #36
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You did notice that my grounds aren't black there yellow..
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