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Apr 17, 7:34am - #444116 
1992 Celica ST (Help Me)

Hi, I am new to this site and I need some serious help. I just received a pair of orginal factory Fog Lights for my Celica, but the problem is I don't know just how to hook them up. I have a plug hanging down from my park lights on each side of the car. But when I tried to connect those plugs to my Fog Lights nothing happen. So I trying to find out what I am doing wrong or is there something else I need. I was thinking when I brought them that I could just plug them in the the plugs that hanging down but that's just not working. Please someone, I need HELP. cry

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Apr 17, 8:42am - #444117 
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Apr 17, 12:43pm - #444118 
It's me again just found out that it is not the bulbs. I hook 2 wires to the Fog Lights 1 to the neg. and 1 to the pos. and then I connect they wires to the neg and pos on the battery and the lights came on. I tested both of them so I know the lights do works now. Just trying to figure out why there is no power going to the plugs that I have hanging from my park lights/signal lights. I just don't understand. I am open for any suggesting. confused

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Apr 17, 12:48pm - #444119 
Did you turn on the fog light switch inside the car?

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Apr 17, 1:40pm - #444120 
You know that might be the problem the switch that is inside car appears to be a dummy plug cause I pryed it out and there is nothing hooked to it. So do tht mean I will have to get a switch in order for the fog lights to work? cry and just what under the Hood would that switch connect to? Help Please confused

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Apr 17, 9:47pm - #444121 
If i were you i'd connect the fog lights to the low beams of your car... i've done it to my other car the process isn;t that hard. Just connect the neg to a ground and then connect the pos wire to the low beam pos wire. May need to figure out where it is located.

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