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Old 02-04-2014, 09:32 AM   #1
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does anyone know if its possible to hook up the GT oem grille mounted fog lights to switch on with the headlights without supplied wiring? Maybe splicing the factory wire, but will that provide enough power? Anyone have ideas?
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A Bosch style relay would be needed.
And a fuse holder.
Just trigger the relays coil with the 12Volt
low beam wire for either side headlight
instead of the switch in the wiring diagram below.
Source the relays Normally Open contacts with
fused 12Volts and send it on out to the fog lamps.
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I'm no electrician. That looks complicated. Maybe it's best if I just save money and buy the whole set including the hardware.

But hey, maybe one day I'll understand it enough. Can't get under my hood right now because of the snow and cold.
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