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WhiteCeli
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Feb 17, 2:54pm - #402796 
Disabled DRL but fogs not working?

might be a boneheaded question. My friend and i disable the drl by taking out the wire from the socket. It worked, but my fog lights don't go on when i turn on my head lights. do i have a toggle switch in order for it to work?

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hombredelassrtas
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Feb 17, 3:09pm - #402797 
no toggle i dont think. sound f'ed wink i'm jsut palyn. you can always trace the wires fomr the fogs and put in your own toggle. but i am sure there is an easier way

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Feb 17, 4:26pm - #402798 
Yeah dood there is a seperate roller switch on the directional switch right next to the headlight one.


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Feb 17, 5:16pm - #402799 
fogs are always turned on manually with the roller switch next to the headlight switch on the stalk

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Feb 17, 5:21pm - #402800 
rofl


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Feb 17, 6:25pm - #402801 
Originally Posted by vcel523
fogs are always turned on manually with the roller switch next to the headlight switch on the stalk


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Feb 18, 7:06pm - #402802 
o goodness you were right. There was a manual switch. I can't even feel embarrassed, it's just too funny.

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Feb 18, 7:13pm - #402803 
lollol

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Feb 18, 7:39pm - #402804 
thumbsup

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Feb 18, 7:43pm - #402805 
Ask & you shall recieve.

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Feb 18, 8:18pm - #402806 
hahahaha, lucky you didnt do something wrong when you pulled the wire.

This is a great mod, but you have to get used to turning on the headlights manually rofl thumbsup


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