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post #1 of 4 Old 04-22-2013, 11:04 AM Thread Starter
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2005 OEM Fog lights

Hi all,

Well I'm about to buy an 05 F250, Ex Cab LB. It's a lariat, fully loaded (even with power sliding rear window, which I thought was freaking awesome!!) with leather and such.

However, it doesn't have any fog lights up front. But on the headlight switch, it has the fog light function (where you pull it out and a little fog light indicator light lights up.)

Could anyone point me in the direction of some cheap, OEM replacement fog lights? I've looked on amazon but don't know which ones to get because there are two different mounting brackets. Also could anyone snap a picture on how to mount them up and connect them? I believe my truck currently has the wiring up front but if someone could take a picture of theirs so I can compare that would be great.

Thanks a bunch!

EDIT: Would these work for a 2005? Anyone have these?
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eBay. There are a TON on there. Suggest using the factory wiring to control a relay so you can use heavier gauge wiring because the factory fog light wiring is pitiful.

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Mine didn't come with any and I just tried adding the factory setup. Let's take a look at yours and see if it's set up for them first, I found out the hard way since mine didn't come with them, it's not a simple plug and play like I had hoped. To add them to mine, I purchased a used set of lights and brackets off the forum, then purchased the headlight switch to get the fog light function from Rock Auto. Then I figured all I needed was wiring. I ordered the harness that goes from the fog lights up to the main harness. I soon found out there was no where to plug that harness in to! You should look and see if you have the plug already there and then can just get the wiring for it. It runs on the drivers side. If you open the hood and look down between the intake and the battery, you should see the plug/wiring harness zip tied right to the inner fender there.

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Do you know what size bolts hold the factory fog lights in? Looking to do this same set up on my truck.

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