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Jeep fog lights on 2nd gen Explorer

Discussion in 'Performance Lighting' started by Luis Manosalvas, November 23, 2018.

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    1. Luis Manosalvas

      Luis Manosalvas New Member

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      They just require power and ground. Do you currently have factory fog lights? If so, just cut the wires and wire them to the new lights.

      If not, add a switch to your dash. Pull a power that’s on with the key on, and use that power source through the switch to trigger a relay you add under the hood.
       
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      Sorry sould have specified that if It was possible to splice into the factory harness...
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      Sure. Just cut the wires, and splice them into the lights. They probably pull more current than the factory lights, however.
       

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