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installation from dealers

Discussion in 'Performance Lighting' started by androofoo, July 29, 2006.

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  1. androofoo

    androofoo New Member

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    im about to get after market fog lights for my 2002 explorer and it only comes with the fog lights itself. no wiring kit, no switch, and no fog housing. (i didnt get the fog option when i bought it) i figured it'd be a lot easier to have the dealer install and get the rest of the parts. im just wondering how much they'll charge for everything else including installation.
     
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    mattadams Moderator Emeritus

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    Probably too much. Best bet is try to find someone in your area that knows a bit about automotive electricity and have them help you, its really not rocket science but the dealer will probably charge you as if it were.
    If its your first time wiring lights you can go to pep boys or wal mart and they usually have fog light wiring kits that come with everything you need plus some instructions for around $15-20, otherwise you can assemble your own kit by getting a 30-amp relay, any switch (lit or unlit, its your preference, unlit is easier to wire) or you can just wire it in so it uses your stock fog switch or your stock high beam switch, etc.
     

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