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Old 12-23-2004, 04:04 PM   #11
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Ok. So, how would i go about tapping into the parking light wires?
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Your fog light wires run in the same loom as the park lights, firure out which wire is for the park lights with a volt meter or light bulb tester and tap into this wire for the rings. I belive this comes up along the passenger side (may be diff depending on year?) near the radiator frame.
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I used the supplied harness so I would have correct power going to the LED'* so i don't blow them. I could consider this if i were you. You could run power from the parking lights to the relay lead for them.
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For the hardware end:

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hey driverjohn,where did you get your angel eyes and how much??? i have been looking for some for my fogs......thanx sho n off83
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I had to weld my old brackets the ones they gave me. But then agian i think its harder to do with an SE. I ran the angle eyes by themself and fogs to stock wireing. I just installed them last night.
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I had to weld my old brackets the ones they gave me. But then agian i think its harder to do with an SE. I ran the angle eyes by themself and fogs to stock wireing. I just installed them last night.
lets see them!!
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I installed a different brand of driving lights, and I just found it easier to remove the entire OEM fog assembly and then drill into that square metal piece that the old brackets were screwed into.

Just make sure that you feel up on the other side of where you are drilling. I think I was drilling about 1/2 inch from airbag sensor wires and I was right next to the tranny mount on the drivers side.

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BTW, the way I have these things aimed, they light up the area around where my low beams are aimed...then a bit further. I don't hardly use my high beams anymore.

By the end of the weekend I should have my white neon tubes installed behind the grill, then my whole front end should look pretty lit up.
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UPDATE:

Got them all wired up! Had the reg. fogs wired through my stock wiring now for a couple of weeks. Just got the angel'* wired up today. The angel'* a seperate switch.

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Exterior shot with parking lights on

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Temporary switch placement w/ flash

Temporary switch placement w/o flash

Wiring going to switch w/ flash
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Where are you gonna move that switch to? I used to have mine taped to the hush panel above the footwell and it worked real nice.
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