Ok guys. I need help. I am looking at trading my extra set of wheel covers to aqua66gt for his foglamp wiring. But I have a question. My cars original underdash harness was really cut up so I replaced it. Well, as it turns out my reprduction harness HAD the ring on a wire that connected the ignition switch to the foglamp breaker, but I accidentally shorted it out by thinking it was a ground and connecting it to the dash. (I was 16 and didn't have a wiring manual then, plus the originals weren't built into the harness) Thankfully, that wire getting fried didn't damage my harness so I cut it open (carefully), cut out the damaged feed, and then re-taped my harness. So, now the question. Can someone show me how that feed goes from the ignition switch to the breaker? I read Veronica's "The Care and Feeding of Ponies" blog entry about how to wire foglamps and she says that we are supposed to supply it. Thanks guys.
BTW, I just want to take the chance to say thank you guys for not correcting me. Being british in school is difficult because I get corrected all the time. I say the bonnet (your hood), the boot (your trunk), hood (your convertible top), and I say fog LAMPS instead of fog LIGHTS. I also say things like aluminium (NOTE SPELLING) and pronounced alu-mini-um. So again thanks.
So, basically, by your drawing, I just have to get a wire the same gauge as the rest of it, put the ring end that on it so that it can be attached to the C.B., and then, wherever I put the other end is entirely up to me, as long as it has constant voltage?
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