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Old 04-07-2012, 09:07 AM   #31
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From what I remember it's not too difficult to remove just annoying.
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Old 04-13-2012, 12:46 AM   #32
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Hey, is making foglights independent as easy as the pic below shows? This looks like it's off a 1st Gen focus but I think the fuse boxes are the same..... Thoughts?


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ok so i opened up the steering colum and i located the turn signal idiicator orange and white wire... i cut it... turn my car on fogs stay on while i have the high beam leaver pushed foward... buit i have no high beams... if i pull it back as to flash my high beams the projector comes on but then i lose the fogs?

what did i do wrong
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Old 04-22-2012, 03:49 PM   #35
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ok so i opened up the steering colum and i located the turn signal idiicator orange and white wire... i cut it... turn my car on fogs stay on while i have the high beam leaver pushed foward... buit i have no high beams... if i pull it back as to flash my high beams the projector comes on but then i lose the fogs?

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...... huh, that's very strange. I am not too sure at this point, as far as I knew that wire was an interrupt wire and shouldn't have done that. Short of finding a wire diagram of the stock wiring harness I am have no ideas... I suggest reattaching the wire for now...
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Old 11-17-2012, 09:47 AM   #36
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I'm with Stax. Way too much work, labor, time, tear out, etc. Think I will simply splice into headlamp assembly. Constant illumination. Ray
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Thanks for the post. Question

What is the part number for the kit from Ford?
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Great write-up! Seems the kits have gone up in price. Cheapest on ebay right now is closer to $300. But again, very nice work on the OP.
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Definitely a nice write up, VonKrause ... and I finally got around to adding it to the "How-To" FF Archive.

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Great write-up! Seems the kits have gone up in price. Cheapest on ebay right now is closer to $300. But again, very nice work on the OP.
Ouch, I think I got mine for around $200. It was a pain trying to figure it all out so I am glad the guide has been helpful.

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Definitely a nice write up, VonKrause ... and I finally got around to adding it to the "How-To" FF Archive.

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Yea! Thank you Ray.
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