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New Fog Lights Won't Work

Put in new head lights and fog lights...but new fog lights won't work. Put back in old fog lights and they don't work either now.

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Check fuse 19 in the fuse blocks under the hood...there is also a relay for the fog lights

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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you need to change the dimmer switch it has gone out

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Definitely a ground. Clean everything with light sandpaper. Follow any/all wires and see where it grounds, clean there too. If all else fails, run a new ground wire from the frame to the exact spot you got the bulbs to work (a workaround that usually remains permanent on my cars!).

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test + wire @ foglamp to verify 12VDC
Trace +wire to fused link.
Check fuse.

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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