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...fog lights with high beams How can I hook up the fog lights at the same as the high beams. Also how can i hook up the low beams and high beams the same time? hi, you could just run a possitive wire ...

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fog lights for the power into the fuse box, but they stay on all the time when I turn on the car. I have them wired into my low beams, but I only want them to come on when I turn on my low beams.. Any

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...fog lights come on automatically when I deactivate the factory alarm, (key fob or driver's door code). 4. The fog lights work independently when I use the switch on the dash. 5. When I am driving at ...

Fog Lights on 2004 Pontiac Grand Am do not work There is no power at the electrical connection wire for either the High Beams or Fog Lights. Low beams are fine. Fuses are good and these are new bulbs.

Fog lights do not work There is no power at the electrical connection wire for either the High Beams or Fog Lights. Low beams are fine. Fuses are good and these are new bulbs. Inside console indicator

Question about 1986 Accord

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...fog lights come on when the headlights are on low beam, this is normal - Fog lights are not supposed to work when the high beams are on. Newer switches automatically turn off high beams when fog ...

...fog lights for my 2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor and I installed them already but I don't know the necessary steps to get the fog lights turned on. Can you help? fog lights have to be wire in correctly to ...

wiring will now be too light to carry fog light current and or the light switch will burn out To over come this problem, the circuit needs a relay fit a relay on the bike and now run the low beam wire

Question about 2003 Explorer Sport XLT

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...wiring back to the fuses and relays.
If I remember correctly, the fog lights are supposed to turn off when you turn on the high beams. So that switch system may need to be looked into on the ...

Question about 2003 Explorer Sport XLT

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...fog lights are wired and generally are intended to be used only with dipped headlights but for exact operational details the vehicle handbook should be consulted. You didn't mention what the rear ...

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