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Wiring for 2010 fog lights

Wiring for 2010 fog lights

Postby RSZ71 [OP] » Oct 10 2013, 1:24am

Anyone know where I can get a wiring diagram for 2010 fog lights?
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Re: Wiring for 2010 fog lights

Postby djlove » Oct 11 2013, 8:16pm

this has pics

NBS Fog Light Install

I havent started my install but I pulled a couple pins from a JY and have the ability to make my own harness in a few months when i can start piecing together my fog kit. Most of our trucks have the wiring from the switch to the fuse panel so now i will need the factory switch and then i can tie into the fog light wire that i pushed into the bottom of my wiring harness in the fuse box under the hood and it will act just like factory.

I plan on ordering the switch, the end caps, lights and then use HID bulb kit and solder the wires together. So it will look and act just like factory installed.
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