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Old 11-28-2009, 01:38 PM   #1
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Fog Light Relay

Does anyone know that the part number is for the fog light relay? I had the fog light mod for a while until it melted so i'm done with that and trying to find a normal relay. I called Ford and they told me there isn't a fog light relay. Any help would be appreciated.


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Old 11-28-2009, 02:05 PM   #2
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yes there is, its this one

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Old 11-29-2009, 09:48 PM   #3
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Thanks! I went and bought the relay and my fog lights are in business!
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where did you buy that relay, im having the same problem with my fogs not turning on after i installed them.
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So with this you can run the foglights with the headlights off, (i.e. parking lights on?)
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Thanks! I went and bought the relay and my fog lights are in business!
glad it works for ya :D I dunno what I would do without my fogs

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So with this you can run the foglights with the headlights off, (i.e. parking lights on?)
no this relay enables the headlight switch to turn them on and off... they will not turn on unless the car is running and the headlight switch is turned to either the park/headlights on position ( you have to pull the fog light enabled headlight switch out to turn the fogs on)

Im not sure if the original poster wired it to the stock headlight switch or a separate switch

I do know that they did it this way to prevent overcurrent and possibly burning up the stock harness... its also setup (if run stock) that when you hit the highbeams the fogs turn off
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Right, cool. Right now my fogs only come on with the headlights on, but won't with the parking lights, (when you pull the switch out.) This will be cool!

On my 2003, where do I replace this at?
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err you wouldn't replace it unless the fogs don't turn on at all.. its located in the engine management fuse box under the hood


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Oh, nevermind. I thought this was like the relay mod, so you can run your Fogs with your parking lights. Instead of only when the headlights are on.
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Originally i installed the fog lights on my car that did not have them but it did have the wiring and everything there. i put the fog light mod in my relay box using good wire i don't exactly remember what gauge but it was pretty thick. All was good for a while (prolly a year) and then they started flickering and i looked at the fog light mod and it was melted on the ends. So i pulled that out and tried to figure out where to buy the relay to run my fogs. Now with the relay i can't have my fogs on independently or with the high beams but i don't have to worry about any wiring catching on fire
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