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wire with the fuse to the positive battery terminal. sorry, it looks red on my work screen and this screen[/b]
yea it is red, when i said the orange wire i meant the wire you told me to tap into in the kick panel fuse box...
well, i think i got it all now. thanks a lot dude. early next week sometime on my next day off im gonna wire it up. i just painted them silver to match the car. should look hot, ill post pics when its done

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Not sure if this diagram will help. This is how I wired my fogs.


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Not sure if this diagram will help. This is how I wired my fogs.

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Sorry for the semi-off topic reply. What's the easest or best way to remove the cover where the fog lights go? Sorry for the newb questions. Thanks!!
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Sorry for the semi-off topic reply. What's the easest or best way to remove the cover where the fog lights go? Sorry for the newb questions. Thanks!![/b]
If you reach in from behind the bumper you'll find 4 tabs that hold the blank covers on. Use your fingers or screwdriver to push the tabs and at the same time use your other hand to push on the covers from the front. The covers/fog light housings get installed from behind the bumper not from the front. Hard to put into words, but you'll see how it works when you get under there.

Also, the Green/Black wire at the door kick panel is only hot when the ignition is on.

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If you reach in from behind the bumper you'll find 4 tabs that hold the blank covers on. Use your fingers or screwdriver to push the tabs and at the same time use your other hand to push on the covers from the front. The covers/fog light housings get installed from behind the bumper not from the front. Hard to put into words, but you'll see how it works when you get under there.

Also, the Green/Black wire at the door kick panel is only hot when the ignition is on.

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thanks nik. yea i know how the grill comes out i replaced that already. ive had the bumper off quite a few times for different things. the wire advice helps tho. good lookin out my man

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