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Heat Oct 23, 3:59pm - #55033 
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Installing fog lights - NEED HELP QUICK

I can't seem to find the wire I'm supposed to tap into for my foglights. Its the low beam power supply (?), its so that the foglights go off when the high beams are on. Anybody know where this is. confused

I'm in the shop now trying to finish it up, its the last thing I have to do. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks guys!!!

BTW - 2003 Celica GTS if that makes a difference, and its got the action package, which deleted the factory fog lights so I have to do this. I tried searching thru the tech guides and other diagrams, but I just can't find it.

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DiabloGTS Oct 23, 4:10pm - #55034 

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https://www.celicahobby.com/tech/tsb2/WIRING_DIAGRAM_FULL.pdf

check page 23 of that .pdf file

There is a wiring diagram for the fogs, I'm looking for the wire, but you might find it faster since you have been under the car already.

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Heat Oct 23, 4:11pm - #55035 
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Well, disregard the need help quick...but I still need to know so I can pass inspection later in the month. rolleyes

I'm gonna leave it like this until I get the answer, its all wired, but the fogs stay on when I switch to high beams...just can't get caught. laughsilly

But, if you guys find out, let me know...thanks again! wave

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DiabloGTS Oct 23, 4:12pm - #55036 

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If I pull back on the highbeams just a TAD, I can engage with with the fog's still on...

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Heat Oct 23, 4:20pm - #55037 
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But if you push them forward, all the way on, the fogs go off, right? Thats what I need. spineyes rofl

I have that diagram, and I think I need someone to explain it to me. I think the fog relay would be the one, but I can't seem to find it. confused

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Or you can just buy a relay and wire the new fogs up with a power wire from the highbeams so that when the high beams turn on it will open the relay, and that would shut the fog off.
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Heat Oct 23, 4:36pm - #55039 
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The whole problem is finding that wire, or the low beam wire, either one will do. rice

I have the relay switch, and its supposed to wire into the low beam wire, so that when the low beam has power, the fogs do, and so on and so forth.

They are wired into the battery for power.

But thanks. thumbsup

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Heat Oct 23, 10:06pm - #55040 
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Any suggestions yet? I still can't find the wire. confused

I'm looking for the wire for the low beams, even though the main power is coming from the battery, I need to wire the switch into the low beam wire so that it only gives the fogs power when the low beams are on.

I just wanted to make sure I explained it correctly, and this time I think I did. rofl

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DiabloGTS Oct 23, 10:10pm - #55041 

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I looked under my car and I couldn't tell which wire it is.

Even the wiring diagram is not very helpful. angry

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Heat Oct 24, 8:52pm - #55042 
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I know! spineyes

So, nobody has any idea where this wire is, huh? rofl rofl

I'm about to say it doesn't exist. idunno

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Johnny178 Oct 24, 9:44pm - #55043 

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The wires are there...trust me I thought they werent either but I finally found them. (Tucked away and folded over)
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Cool...so do you remember where they are?? grin

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