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Old 01-31-2007, 09:23 PM   #1
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My wife and I have a 'new' used 1995 Bonneville, we love it. Only trouble is now that it'* winter and we are doing a lot of night driving it seems like the lights are not very strong. We tried turning on the Fog Lights, but haven't figured out where the switch is located. This is a switch on the left side of the dash with Twilights Sentinel then Off and Max.. and a **** with a light bulb on it, but so far we've been unsuccessful with getting it to work. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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Look up. It'* up by the map lights. Flick it on when the parking lights or headlights are on.
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Look up in the center of the roof storage... There will be a switch between the map lights.. This is for the fogs

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Thank you very much, I'm going to try it in the morning.
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I still think that is the oddest spot for the fog light switch.
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I still think that is the oddest spot for the fog light switch.
ya i added my own in different location.....

i wont post the pic...because my entire post got deleted once already....
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Pat, in a topic where a member is asking where the switch is, your whorage of 'look what I did' is totally irrelevant and can be confusing to new owners/members. That'* why it was deleted.
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