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Old 06-11-2011, 10:19 AM   #36
saznat
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Hi. I have fitted the OEM switch with the fog light position and the spots are already fitted in the bumper. A replacement bumper was fitted after the old one hit a bollard. However, there is no harness to connect the fogs.
The connector on the light switch does have the Green/Yellow wire that supplies power for the fog lights.

According to the Haynes manual, this wire splits into two green/white wires, one running to each fog light. This implies that I can splice into this wire on the back of the switch and feed directly to the spot lights without adding any other relay or fuse. Is that correct?
Secondly, Where does that wire from the light switch go? If it runs to somewhere in the engine bay, It would be much easier for me to join into it there than to try and run a wire from inside the car. If I do have to route it from the car I cannot see any obvious grommets or holes I can run it through in the drivers footwell.
Any help or advise would be greatly appreciated.
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