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2003 Mustang V6 Fog Light Installation

I am working on installing fog lights on my 2003 V6 but before i tackled the project i was trying to get all my information together. I was thinking i would need a wiring harness, a new dash button, electronic relay, and of course the lamps themselves and their install hardware. I got a hold of a friend of mine at a local salvage yard to see if he had any of the components i needed and he told me that he looked at a 2004 v6 and it already had a harness installed from the factory. How would i check to see if mine also came equipted with this harness? If i do indeed have one, what else should i need to complete my project? Thanks in advance you guys always have the answers i need!


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I am working on installing fog lights on my 2003 V6 but before i tackled the project i was trying to get all my information together. I was thinking i would need a wiring harness, a new dash button, electronic relay, and of course the lamps themselves and their install hardware. I got a hold of a friend of mine at a local salvage yard to see if he had any of the components i needed and he told me that he looked at a 2004 v6 and it already had a harness installed from the factory. How would i check to see if mine also came equipted with this harness? If i do indeed have one, what else should i need to complete my project? Thanks in advance you guys always have the answers i need!
your car should have the harness already. you just need to get the fog lights/mounts and a switch.


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ok so different people keep telling me different things, i bought fog lights w the brackets for my car and I i want to know if the wiring already hooked up and all I have to do is plug the fog lights in and mount them:kooky:????

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no the wiring is not already in place.. the only wiring that is in the car that is related to the foglights is the main harness inside the cabin of the car (where the switch goes under your radio) the other end of the wiring is not in place you need to make it yourself or buy a harness

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