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Old 04-22-2004, 01:04 PM   #11
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I have had blinding combos of lights on my 1988 cutlass ciera I had a set of fog lights and a set of white fog lights controled by a switch in the cockpit (one for the white and 1 for the yellowish fog lights.....combinded by avalibility to use the bright lights with these switchs and I had those blueish fog lights in my original fog light area that could be turned on with the dims and the rest but not the brights with it but i no longer have this car but i have the fog lights might put on my contour only problem is it confused cops alot along with other people
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If it'* foggy out, DON'T USE YOUR HIGH BEAMS! This mod is for NON-foggy nights

All this will do is ALLOW the fogs to stay on with the high beams.......you still have common sense, a choice, and the ability to 'de-bright' any time you want.
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All this will do is ALLOW the fogs to stay on with the high beams
then, yes, i am highly interested!
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so then how do we do this?
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If you've replaced your lights with driving lights, then yes it'll be worth it, but the short wide fog throw won't do anything for high beams compared to pencil beams.
With my setup my driving lamps are always hot so I can run my driving lights and my high beams at once... can we say bright?
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For those with factory wiring on the fogs, this is possible. At least for 92/93 for sure, probably all the way up to 99.

What I need to know from the different years is this (other than 92/93):

1. Do you have the 'flip down' fuse panel?

2. When you flip it down, do you see a black box mounted above where it sits when retracted?

3. Does that black box have 2 connectors on it? One looks like the ICM connector with a nut to remove it, and the other is VERY hard to see. It'* butted up against the inside of the lower dash. It should be blue.
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kickin idea
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Any update on this?
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Neither my 1994 or 1999 have the flip-down panels. :(
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Sorry guys, been really busy, and just got my home pc up and running again. I've been driving around for a week with my driver'* hushpanel removed to get to the wire. I'll take a crack at it in the morning
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