Question about 2006 Ford Territory 4.0
Where do i tap into the wiring harness when installing fog lights
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the fog light is normally one complete assembly that you just unplug from the outside and replace with a new one auto zone is a good place to help with this
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
i dont think current wiring harness is set up for fog lights but fuse box should have a spot for relay and fuse (although it may or may not have metal leads installed) if your getting parts from ford i ask them if they have wiriring harness for it
if you decide to wire them in yourself i would HIGHLY recomend u put a relay in the system if you dont you will have to use bigger wire tho the whole sytem. with a relay u only have use the bigger wire from relay to lights. You will also have to use a heavy duty switch u will burn up factory switch if dont use a realy
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
There may be a connection in the harness or a place to connect the cabling, but what you'll find out is that the light switch is different for the trucks that have fog lights from the factory. They have a pull-to-activate function for the fog lights and an indicator led on the switch that shows the fogs are illuminated.
I would suggest purchasing an aftermarket fog lamp kit with the entire package...switch, wires, relay etc..cheaper in the long run... not too hard to wire on these either...the toughest part is feeding a wire thru the firewall... but even that's not too difficult.
Hope this helps...
Posted on May 31, 2010
hi when you purchased these they should have come with a wiring kit supplied, if not then you will have to go to ford and ask them for the wiring kit for them, on most replacement fog lights not ford made come complete with wiring included...hope this helps
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
SOURCE: I need the wiring diagram
This is the diagram for the fog lamps ( headlamp is a different cell ).
If you are trying to add them to the existing wiring, do not expect the headlamp switch to cab fuse panel wiring to be there ( that is usually what is missing when you can find the fog lamp connectors under the front of the truck ).
File Save as so you can magnify it with the JPEG viewer you use.
Close up of switch
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
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