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Need diagram to run fog lights - 1997 Jeep Tj

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Is this for an aftermarket set-up or factory? Are you installing them yourself?

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How to install fog lights


To do it right you will need several things. Go to Autozone.com and register your vehicle to get a free wiring diagram and fusebox diagram.

This will help you wire the Fog lights. Here is how you plan this. You will need a light Relay to go inline between the lights and the Power supply. Get a Relay which needs a trigger wire to activate and fuse the power line going to the Relay.

This means that the Relay only needs power from the trigger wire to activate the connection between the power and the lights.

Then you need to pass the trigger wire through the Firewall(Cabin) in a manner that will not chaff the wire. This wire should be fused too! You can try to use an unused position in the Fusebox or inline fuse.

The power for this trigger wire should be controlled by the Ignition switch

This means that it will only have power when the Ignition is on. You do not want it to receive power when the Ignition is in ACC or OFF.

Wiring it in this sequence will prevent you from leaving the Fog lights burning without having the Ignition switch in the RUN position. Doing it this way will also let you leave the Fog lights switched ON between uses so you need not bother to turn the Fog lights off/on each time you get in your car.

Each power wire is protected by a fuse so if something shorts on one side of the Relay, the other end of the Relay may be unharmed.

Then it is just a matter of chosing the switch, lighted will indicate if the Fog lights are on, but not necessary to the basic operation of the switch. Then chose wisely for where you drill a mounting hole. Sometimes it is good to chose a panel that can be replaced if you change your mind about its' location.

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Which relay is the correct relay for dash lights and fog lights


I'm just now seeing your question at 3pm est so I don't know when you first posted it.
Your car has several different wiring systems for the lights so you may have to get a book to figure it all out.
There is a fog light relay, but it has nothing to do with the rest of the lights, unless your car also has an isolation relay. The isolation relay grounds the fog lamp relay on some models.
There may also be an instrument cluster microprocessor if the car has automatic light controls or daytime running lights.
Its possible you popped something in the headlight switch too.
I would get a book with the diagrams and start at the fog lamp and dash light fuses then go from there. See if the fuses have voltage first.
Some of the diagrams can be found online, such as at autozone's website under repair help.

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I want to install aux. backup lights and not wiring them to the jeeps backup ligts. I don't understand the switch. It has three prongs on the back The diagram shows one is power coming from the relay one...


What diagram? What switch? Are you using a switch that salready in the Jeep, or a switch that you bought? You really need a relay to handle th ecurrent of the lights. The relay will have 4 terminals, The relay is really just a remote switch. Let the relay take the power, not the switch. Buy a relay for fog lights and it should have a diagram you can use.

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If you are looking for the fuse box diagrams or any other diagrams for your Ram, check promanuals.net for a factory service manual for around 20 bucks or so. It's an invaluable tool for my Ram 2500.

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The link below is a Typical fog lamp / driving lamp hookup. Keep in mind that in most states, for these lamps to be 'legal' (and thus pass inspection), you must wire them such that:

1. You can cut them off (in other words, there must be a switch installed to turn them off)

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2. They may only be operated with the low beams. (therefore, you must power your on/off switch from the low beam circuit)

http://www.accessconnect.com/fog_driving_lights_wiring.htm

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im pretty sure these cars were already prewired for fog lights .there should be some plugs behind the bumper to fit them.if not get back i will explain how to wire them up.best of luck.

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