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post #1 of 22 Old 06-21-2009, 11:42 PM Thread Starter
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Foglight wiring harness

I recently checked under the hood for the wiring harness and I found it. So when I install the foglight kit, am I going to need two connectors for the left and right foglights? Where is the other located? Is the connector taped on the inside and do you just pull on it to release the slack?
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I wish I had the wiring harness


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where is the wiring harness.. i wonder if i got lucky on my s like a couple other people

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you see the wire with a connector??? thats the fog light wiring for pre-wired sl
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That's awesome man. I already know where the connector is for the foglight on the passenger side and the driver side shown in the picture will help me get this kit installed, thanks!
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Where do you get the kit and how much? Can it be installed on a base?
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No it cannot be installed on a base V. Only the S with power package and SL trims.
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just pull on the wire, it will become straight. I just unscrewed the 3 screws underneath the bumper, reached my hand up in there, and with the other hand positioned the lamp. Screwed it in. Poped in the fog finisher. Then removed the steering wheel column and unsnaped the old headlight switch and poped in the new one. Thats it ur done!! Took me about 20mins, and I had no idea what I was doing. All I knew was where the fog light wires in the engine were. Hope this helps anyone!! And yes. Its only for S with power package and SL's.
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It's worth the upgrade, and put the Lamin-X yellow tints on them and it looks clean
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Hey I saw those wires to when I put in my HID's so does this mean all i need to do is buy the kit with the lights and replace the lever on my steering wheel with the one that has fog controls? Is that all that needs to be done for fogs. The dealer told me you can only get fogs if ur car came with them
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