First you will have to remove the box in the center console
to get access to the fog light and the convertible top harness, YES, Convertible
Top, even if your SN95 is a coupe, that connector would be there.
To get the box out just remove the 2 front rubber plugs
and the 2 screws under them, then lift the box out of the console.
Now reach with your hand and remove the fog light switch
and convertible top switch (on converts only), on coupes you should be
able to find the C.Top connector lying around in there.
Next detach the connector from the fog light switch, the
connector has a RED with BLACK stripe wire, that is the 12v signal from
On the C.Top connector the CENTER wire (there are 3) should
be PURPLE with ORANGE stripe, that's the 12v signal, it should be HOT
ONLY when the ignition switch is ON. This wire is a good source for the
fog lights since it runs in it's own circuit and is seldom used even on
Another way to rewire the
fog lights would be to choose another + 12V source, but this can overload
Now that we have the C.Top +12V source located its time
to finish the install.
Cut the RED/BLACK wire on the fog light connector, leave
2-3 inches of wire on the connector side. Use some electrical tape to
insulate the +12V signal wire (the side that goes to the headlights).
The next step is the same for convertibles and coupes tap
a wire into the C.Top PURPLE/ORANGE +12V lead wire and connect it to the
RED/BLACK wire in the fog light connector.
Instead of cutting the wires you could also buy a set of
female spade connectors, disassemble the block connectors by removing
the red cover and finish the job without having to cut any wires.
Reinstall the switches and box and you are done. Now the
fog lights will turn on whenever the ignition switch is in the ON position,
so there's no danger in draining your battery if you forget to turn off
the fog lights.
Note: The original fog light relay is still in use with
this procedure, the +12V R/B cable is the signal to the relay, so no circuits
will be overloaded at all.