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post #1 of 5 Old 03-04-2012, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
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Fog light switch

I just bought some SD fog lights and are going to put them in the middle holes of my bumper. So i was looking in LMC for a switch and found that from 84-94 f-series there was a fog light switch, i think the lightning had one. Does anyone have any pictures of one or where they put their switch? I want to keep my clean and stock looking.

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I believe it was to the right of the headlight switch...someone correct me if I'm wrong.

Also, a fog light switch from an Explorer would also fit the ticket.

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Ever thought of mounting it on the floor, like the old school high beam switches?

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[quote=rolsmojave3;2963099]I believe it was to the right of the headlight switch...someone correct me if I'm wrong.

That would make sense becasue it looks to be the same size as the fuel tank switch



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Ever thought of mounting it on the floor, like the old school high beam switches?
Nope i haven't lol. I do have a spare from my '67. i'll have to look into that

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Sorry i'm new ^^^^

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