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post #1 of 6 Old 04-20-2011, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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Fog Lights Dead

'04. The indicator lights up when I pull the switch out but the lights don't come on. Checked the #43 fuse and it is fine...replaced it just to make sure I wasn't missing something. Still don't work. Any suggestions? I do not want to run a separate switch to make them work again.


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Bump. Any ideas?


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Bulbs? Pull the plugs at the fog lights and test for power.

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^yea sometimes it is stupid stuff i have seen both bulbs bad at the same time, not common but possible. unplug and check power and ground at bulb

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Should you be getting the whole 12v to the bulbs? I'm having the same issue with my truck....the bulbs appear to be fine. Took a continuity light to them and they seem to have passed? not sure..

Don't mean to hijack but maybe this info can shine light on his problem?

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Should you be getting the whole 12v to the bulbs? I'm having the same issue with my truck....the bulbs appear to be fine. Took a continuity light to them and they seem to have passed? not sure..

Don't mean to hijack but maybe this info can shine light on his problem?
Should be 12v at plug.

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