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Fog lights do not work on 99 dodge dakota. low and hi work fine. fog lamps are OK. it appears that I have no power at the plug. I can not seem to find the source of the loss of power. where should I look?

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  • patches96 Sep 07, 2009

    I did not add the fog lights. They these came on the truck when I bought it new> I have always thought that these were installed by the factory

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Normally when lights are added after the factory, you add a fused circuit and a switch. How do you turn them on? Start there at the switch. There is going to be a fuse feeding it (hopefully) you should check it too. Look at the main fuse box and look for a wire stuffed under a fuse end, sometimes a guy will grab a circuit that way, it's at least fused.

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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    Craig Butler Sep 07, 2009

    Then you know which switch turns them on right? Use a knife blade or putty knife and pop the switch out of the dash so you can check voltage coming to and leaving the switch. Check for a blown fuse at the main fuse panel too.

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