Question about 2003 Jeep Wrangler
I have an 03 Jeep Rubicon with only 15,000 miles, and the fog lights will not turn on. I checked both lights, and the bulbs are good and the sockets are clean. I put in another relay, but still nothing. Then, I turned on the headlights and fog lights, and checked the relay contacts for power. There was no current at any contact. The switch is part of the turn signal, and I don't know how to check that. Any ideas?
The lights need to be on low beam and then pull out on the arm that controls the lights (left of steering wheel)
Posted on May 05, 2009
There seems to be a problem on the power side. You should have at least one terminal at the relay that is hot. The switch activates the relay and transfers the power from the "live" terminal to the hot lead to the lights. Good news is you can completely disconnect fog lights and make your own harness (including a relay) and use a push button or toggle switch on the dash, just like the aftermarket add on lights use! (and it's likely cheaper and more reliable than the original setup)
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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