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Wiring harness for fog lights?

I bought some OEM style fog lights for my 2006 accord. Well the wires from the switch end has two free hanging wires with clips, like they are supposed to clip into the vehicle somewhere. I can not find where they go I searched under the dash for about an hour and came up with nothing. One wire is white with a brown clip and the other is a red wire with a grey clip. is one positive and the other negative? I just don't get it, it is a simple project gone wrong. please help.

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    I have this problem as well. After looking at the diagram provided (which told me nothing that I needed to know) I realized that they are both power wires. One is used by the switch to power the relay wich the other is hooked too. Once powered, the relay allows the 12VDC to cross over the relay and power the lights. There are also two small grounding wires that need to hooked up in order to provide the system a ground. Now I am trying to find the best place to hook those two power wires up. This harnes has nothing to do with the actual car harness. It is a stand alone system.

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Just contact your local dealer and ask them for instructions for the OEM fog lamps. I have ordered Honda fog lamps, and you can usually find a pdf document on line with detailed instructions. The nice thing about Honda accessories, is the harnesses will only plug in one way. Hope this helps

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