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Old 04-24-2013, 01:32 AM
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Need wire off back of fuse panel that goes to factory fogs

Hey guys I have an 04 f350 lariat full load, fogs the whole shibang

... Anywho a common problem with our trucks is the internal non serviceable relay in the fuse panel for fog lights.

I have researched and understand that is the problem. Switch on dash throws power back at the fuse panel however nothing to the fogs.

I got the wiring diagrams from ford and know that the fog lights wire is yellow with black tracer or black with yellow tracer, I can't remember and don't have them in front of me.

I'm wondering where on the back of the fuse panel this wire is located as i know their are many duplicate wires that ford uses, so that I can tap my own relay to it and not have to worry about the factory setup anymore and i will use the factory switch wire as the trigger wire for the relay and re use factory wiring to the fogs.

Thanks for any help. Steve


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Old 04-24-2013, 03:55 PM
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Found everything there is to know about how our fogs work factory.

Thanks for all the help guys!!

http://www.justanswer.com/ford/358zg...-fog-lamp.html


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