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Fog lights there is relay & fuse in fuse box under hood no switch in cab. are there wires for this install if so were?

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Sometimes they are connected with the low beam headlights. when you turn your low beam on, the fog lights would come on too. if they are factory installed.

if you are just going to install it, you can put a separate switch if you want to.

tnx 4 using fixya,

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Dear,

here is a link for help

samitoelectronics.net/INSTALLATION_SEQUENCE_docu.pdf

regards,

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