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Fog lights don't work

Need schematic to trouble shoot problems. I have meter and know how to use it. Need to follow wiring back to battery to find problem(s).

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Go to your local dodge Chrysler jeep dealer and ask for the schematics. They can print them off if they are nice. They're techs have a program that has all of that stuff.

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