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Stock/OEM Fog lamps

I've just found and purchase a set of NOS OEM fog lamps. They have a connector on each lamp that would attach to a wire loom on the truck. Is the loom part of the truck Harness? If it is where are the connectors hidden? If not was/is a factory loom or add on harness available? Failing everything else are the connectors available along with a stock fog lamp switch? TAI

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These don't have factory fogs, aside from the lightning

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That's interesting, do you know what year Lighting? My Ford Service DVD lists the fog lamps and Switch but does not show the connection or parts. The lights have the brackets to mount the lamps in the bumper cutouts and even carry a Ford P/N.

ETA: I wonder if they were dealer install items.

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93-95 lightning, they fit in bumper valance

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Bad pic since the lights are not in the valence, but they go in the 2 center holes

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Thanks for the information guys. I spoke with my local dealer and on Thursday I'm going to spend some time with the parts guy. He has found the base part numbers for the harness and switches. Of course it is all obsolete, but they have a couple of sources for the older parts and are willing to work with me to get them. I'll post back here once I find anything out. They understand my desire to keep the truck as original as possible. Also according to the service manager and the parts guy these light were an option on the 94-97 OBS trucks, they remember installing them on trucks in our area. That is where I got the idea to install them. The lights were made by Bosch and had OEM connectors on them. Sorry for the ramble.

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Those lights were ONLY on the lightnings, I dont care what the dealer says.
YES, they may have put them on, but NO they were not factory.

Another common light used on Fords from the late 80-90s were there Bosch lights on the ranger STX pkg (roll bar and brush guard lights) And YES, THESE were factory

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