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Old 09-17-2011, 01:43 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Foglights Not Working

I need help. My foglights will not work. I put a new one in an still does not work. Does anybody know where the fuse is to change it. or could it be a bigger problem...
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Default Re: foglights

The the fuse box on the passenger side of the engine bay.
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Default Re: foglights

Yepp as DB said, just wondering, the fogs switch is on right? Its the inner one on the headlight switch and the fuse is towards the bottom on that box, the box is towards the back, it's a bit of a pain.
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Default Re: foglights

More specifically, fuse #43.
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Default Re: foglights

Originally Posted by myounz View Post
Yepp as DB said, just wondering, the fogs switch is on right? Its the inner one on the headlight switch and the fuse is towards the bottom on that box, the box is towards the back, it's a bit of a pain.

Oh! Yes, it's a pain to get to. I am also having the same issue. @silvermax06 .. I hope you get your fog issue resolved soon.
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Oh! Yes, it's a pain to get to. I am also having the same issue. @silvermax06 .. I hope you get your fog issue resolved soon.
Ok so i changed the fuse but i guess it was the wrong one. because it was easy to do an everybody is saying it is hard to do. Is it the box in the front passenger side under the plastice cover where the coolant is. It said fr fog changed it an nothing. Do i have the right box or is it further back in the bay?
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Originally Posted by silvermax06 View Post
Ok so i changed the fuse but i guess it was the wrong one. because it was easy to do an everybody is saying it is hard to do. Is it the box in the front passenger side under the plastice cover where the coolant is. It said fr fog changed it an nothing. Do i have the right box or is it further back in the bay?
That is the exactly the one I changed. It's not hard to change the fuses, there is lil room to play with to remove it.

My next step is to check the fog bulbs.
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Old 09-17-2011, 04:16 PM   Thread Starter #8
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Default Re: foglights

is there a relay that could go bad for the fogs?
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well i checked out all fuses with a tester. An all my fuses are good.. The next day it isn't raining i will drop the bumper again. An check the lighting harness an wire's leading to the fog light. Im not gonna go to the dealer an get raped.. if all else fails i will buy some to put in the bottom grill an run a wire in the car... this sucks....
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Default Re: Foglights

Then it's probably something to do with your wiring.
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Default Re: Foglights

Problem solved. Both fogs blew at the same time. Without blowing the fuse. This morning when i put oem blub in it i guess i didn't have it in enough to complete the ground for it to come on. Also noticed on each side the grounds were loose sliding of the housing. push them back on nice an tight an installed the bulbs working fine now... Still dont know how they blew at the same time.......
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Love happy endings!! Happy to know you fixed it.
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Love happy endings!! Happy to know you fixed it.
Yeah. i ordered some new one's. Should be here next week. Will have to deal with the nasty yellow till then... Hope you get your fog situation fixed.. Next mod switchbacks.....
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Are you putting in HID fogs?
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Are you putting in HID fogs?
No. Just regular. Got some hyper white one's with a bluish tint. I would upgrade but i dont want to drill holes in my light caps.. If i was gonna do that i would try to find some hid housing for cheap.. Maybe luck out at the junkyard or ebay...lol...
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