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Old 01-17-2013, 10:19 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by crice8 View Post
Doesn't happen on the aux switch when the aux switch doesn't have power when the ignition is off(=
Touché, that is if you wire it up that way. If I am understanding you wire it into the ignition circuit with a relay so when the car turns on so do the fogs? Kind of like DRL?

The only aux switch I have personally seen has been an actual button that is mounted to the dash.
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Old 01-17-2013, 10:35 PM   #12
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Could always wire them right into the low/ high beam wires... Like i did for my led lights... That way they turn on with the head lights and turn off with them too all with out having to wire up an extra switch.
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Something like this ^ will get you everything you need other than the covers and switch. It comes with a switch, as you can see, but no covers are included. Buy this and find some covers and it shouldn't run you much more than $100. If you wanted to use the OEM switch, keep your eye on ebay. I've seen a couple OEM switches for cheap. I got mine for $10.
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