Getting ready to do this on my 07 Sedan. have the switch lights and bezels. Will the bezels and lights fit in the existing grill or do I need a grill made for fog lights?
GREAT WRITE UP!
02-14-2013 01:35 AM
Deffinatly helpful. I now have a new summer project.
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02-13-2013 09:21 PM
very nice write up
01-26-2013 07:22 AM
For those of you with '12 or '13 Foci putting on factory fogs, you can get the connectors for those lamps at your local parts store (I used O'Reilly) for about 8 bucks each. They are "H8/11" connectors. No need to buy the Motorcraft ones for 30 or 40 bucks each!
01-06-2013 03:49 PM
Does any one know where the green/black wire is under the hood cant find it at all?
11-28-2012 12:16 AM
Originally Posted by Mr.Bergner
Okay, 20 years later and today was the first free day in awhile to wire up these badboys.
A quick addition to the how-to:
If you want to wire up a factory fog light switch, you will want to tap your fog light power into pin 83b. This will be the wire coming from pin 86 on the fog light relay. I tested each lead with a volt meter while turning the fog switch on and off. 83b was the only one that gave power when the fog light switch was pulled.
and....finally! I used cheap ebay fog-light houses. The old ones I got from a junk yard were yellowing beyond repair. These are nice and crystal clear, I also covered them in 3M clear bra material.
Camera makes it look like 14k HID's, but they're just the cheapest bulbs I could find.
how did you get the grill like that?
03-21-2012 03:57 PM
Originally Posted by norcalfocus01
Duh I just re-read your question and the part about 83b. I didn't connect to a OEM fog light switch, but I would say you should be able to get a female slip connector to fit on that pin.
You can either...
go through the fire wall, which there are holes already there to slide the one wire through.
or go behind the fender and through the plastic plug in the door jamb.
Hi what do you call the fender ??
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