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Whatever vehicle you are speaking of will have a ground wire on each headlight and marker/turn signal. Ground wires on auto are white, run/marker lights wires are all brown, right turn is green and left turn is yellow. Other power wires to headlights are black.

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possible unused fog light harness.

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