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post #33 of (permalink) Old 10-02-2006
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Originally Posted by Mark25
That's why they're called "fog lights" and not "driving lights." They are really only supposed to be used in inclement weather, etc. Ford should have made the bulbs a bit less intense (that would have solved the problem)...it does look like you have your "high beams" on when they're on...so you really can't blame the others coming at you for being upset.
In any event, those who use them constantly will soon be changing them out on a periodic basis and it's a bit of a PITA to replace them.

I really do think that people use them only to tell the world that they have a Mustang GT...well, if they can't figure it out by your side badges, your exhaust rumble and the then the two big exhaust pipes in the back...then, they are clueless about everything else.

Save those FOG LIGHTS for when you really need them (i.e. rain, snow, and FOG)...
It did rain today but since that doesnt happen too often, the lights seem to be just useless, and with them on it just widens the lighted field but not intensifies it. SOTF what if i want people to know i have a GT? that's like a guy in a de-badged ferrari telling some chick its a honda. wtf?

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