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Custom Fog Lighting Wiring, Is This Even Possible?

Hey all, forgive me if I'm being a nuisance with all of the fog light questions. As I mentioned in another post, I want to run both the stock GT Fogs and GT/CS Valance Fogs. I was wondering if there's a way to run the GT fogs with the headlights without using the fog switch and have them cut off and go to the lower ones when the switch is pulled. If this isn't even possible, I'll just wire in a second switch but I thought it would be cool to have this option. Thanks!


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Problem is that if you're asking you're not really familiar with relay wiring and what you're looking to do involves wiring multiple relays in series. On top of this you'd need to decide whether you want to keep the factory wiring intact for warranty purposes, which complicates things further.

If you're not familiar with wiring if you were to see the amount of wiring involved you wouldn't be able to follow the schematic even if I posted it.

My suggestion to you would be to keep it simple. Not trying to be a ****, just trying to keep you from biting off more than you can chew.


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Problem is that if you're asking you're not really familiar with relay wiring and what you're looking to do involves wiring multiple relays in series. On top of this you'd need to decide whether you want to keep the factory wiring intact for warranty purposes, which complicates things further.

If you're not familiar with wiring if you were to see the amount of wiring involved you wouldn't be able to follow the schematic even if I posted it.

My suggestion to you would be to keep it simple. Not trying to be a ****, just trying to keep you from biting off more than you can chew.

I don't think you're being a ****. Thanks for the help. I figured it would be a pain in the @$$ but I figured I'd ask anyway. I think I'm either going to track down a Roush Fog Harness or just buy a generic fog light harness at Pep Boys or something and wire in another switch. Thanks for your help!

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