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I will be installing new California Special fog lamps into my CS/Boss fascia. I want to run both sets of lamps. I have looked and done some research...but I am wondering if anyone here has done any wiring that could help me.
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Originally Posted by UPRSharad
It's crazy that there are zillions of people out there driving on the stock stuff and perfectly content about it.
A friend of mine, Widowmaker in the Carolinas Chapter, wired both to be on all the time. I think he splice the fogs into his side markers. I will let him know about this thread, hopefully he can weigh in.
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I weighed all the options when I was getting ready to hook up my CS spoiler as well. The easiest thing to do is to tie them into the side markers, you should have enough wire without having to add any. I just spliced the wires together and never had any issues what so ever. I was able to run the CS fog lights when I turned on the parking lights, then when I pulled the switch out the fog lights in the grill came on also... it was actually pretty cool running the 4 fog lights at once. Good luck, you're going to love the look!!!!
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