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Old 11-08-2003, 02:40 AM   #1
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http://www.canadiantire.ca/assortmen...=1068273401349

It says it comes with a switch, and a spot for a fuse...but all i want to do is use my factory fog light switch and wiring...does this allow for it?
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I would say yes. Just splice into the existing power for the factory lights.
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Not my style really, but whatever blows your skirt up...
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Oh, and I just spliced mine directly into the factory wires, and they work like a charm.
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lmao well no thats not it, but this is

it says:
2 Lamps and insulated wire harness
Heavy duty 30-amp relay
Illuminated switch, mounting hardware
Fuse holder and instructions
Blue glass provides a bright white light
Reflector is 98.5% efficient
Superior performance halogen bulbs
Designed to meets and exceed all SAE requirements
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They look a lot like my CyberWhites. May take some finagling to mount, but they will splice right in to the factory wires. Buy some electrical connectors or a soldering gun to get a clean connection. And don't count on being able to use the built in adjusting screw.
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hehe i will count the threads befor i install to make sure they are in perfect alignment within each other... or i could drill holes into my bumper......no i think i will stick with the first thought! lol
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Those are identical to the cyberwhites. 55 watt H3 halogens. You'll have to mount those to the 'gutted' stock mounts.
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LMAO! the crappy tire santy claus! 2 of them dangling from the front of your car would look real cool! LMFAO!
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I can try and get some pics of my mount so you can see what your in for. You'll need a drill, and some self tapping screws would help. If you want to pull your bumper cover, you may be able to mount them to the frame, but I doubt it'* worth that much effort.
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