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Old 05-19-2009, 09:00 PM   #11
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damn, that was easily the best 5 mins of work i have spent on my car yet, thnx for the info!
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I figured all that out without the schematic

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Too bad I can't do it right now. My fuse box is not as accessible as the rest of you guys.
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Old 02-02-2014, 06:15 PM   #15
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Leaving aside that there's no practical reason to have fog lamps and brights on at the same time--there is a relay conveniently placed in the battery junction box (relay #1), named the Fog lamp cutoff relay (makes sense) that does the dirty deed...

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This relay is energised when the brights are on or flashed, and when energised it cuts the fog lamp relay's ground circuit, via its pins 3 and 4--so all one has to do is remove that relay and jumper pins 3 and 4 to keep the fog lamps on during bright operation.

Here's what the relay socket looks like:

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Pin 3 uses 1/4" spade connector, pin 4 a 3/16" spade. As all that is being switched is the fog lamp relay's coil you can use 18 ga. wire with no problems.
Is there any way to do the same thing with a 2013 GT? In fact, I'd love to have the foglights as my daytime running lights. Have them come on when you turn the key on.
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Most states don't allow them on with brights
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