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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-24-2005, 10:01 PM
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take a pic of the other harness please...

and i m guessing that yellow connector goes to parking light connector or something.. LOL... i m just blind guessing, and try to connect everything else except that yellow connector.... does your switch lights up? if it is, then i dont know how to hook it up, cz i have the similar switch as yours and it doesnt light up now.... it used to light up when i tested it.....

and since there's another wire coming out from that yellow connector, i m guessing that's the signal that allows it to turn on or something.... i just connect that wire to my interior fuse box...

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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-17-2006, 01:32 PM
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yellow connector must be the power, but don't know where to connect it...
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As has been said - that yellow needs a 12v power source..... I had this problem too and have the same kit....see this thread............ I coudln't see anywhere to simply plug that connector in.


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I just need to find a better power source than direct from the battery now.

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Alright pull the yellow wire out of the connector hook it up to a longer 12v wire and run it directly to the battery positve side and the fogs will work. Only problem is the fogs remain on when your car is off im working on another place to run the wire to besides the battery. Il keep you posted. For the time being thats where you can run it and they will work fine.


O ya the to ground wire doesnt hafta go n e where mine work fine without it connected to n e thing

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