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Front blinkers dont work correctly

I have on 08 jeep wrangler i put fog lights on it. and put the wires in the correct places in the wiring harness. now the
front blinkers dont work correctl, the reir ones however do work correctly

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You really should never touch the wiring harness on todays cars. Aftermarket electronics can not be trusted. If you want to install lights make your own circuit completely seperate from the factory wiring

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You should be running a off road relay 4-5 prong from your local auto parts store. No other wires should be touched, its like adding a pair of fuzzy dice, addition, not tied in. Are you running a relay for the fog lights? If not google fog light relay or go to KC lite and download instructions. Dont share power with anything else.

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