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Are the fog lights and running lights on the same fuse? I have one fog light and one hazard/running light out on the drivers side of the car.

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The fuse for those systems would control more than just the 2 lights on one side so it is not the fuse.You should check the bulbs if you already haven't and check the connectors to those particular lights.Good luck! Greg

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Action
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Yes
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