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Fog lights i tried to put fog lights on and a wire broke so i took them of and fixed them when i went to put them back on they didn't work. i can only find one fuse box and the only fuse for lights is the main headlight unit fuse and it is just fine

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If these fog lights were add on, there should be a inline fuse under the hood and there should be a relay also.

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