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Old 11-11-2009, 07:14 PM
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I am looking to get some fog lights for my 99. It currently has no fogs on it. What year range will fit? I see there are 01-04, and 05 - 07 on ebay. Is there a 99 year fit or will the 01 fit?
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Old 11-11-2009, 07:20 PM
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your front bumper looks the same as mine..Should fit without any troubles.
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Yea I honestly think they will fit 99-04 not 01-04. Do you know if the 05-07 will fit?
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heres a better pic of the bumper
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Yea I honestly think they will fit 99-04 not 01-04. Do you know if the 05-07 will fit?
Not to sure about that one..heres a bump for ya though
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i think with the 05's and up, u need a different wireing harness.....but then again, i'm not sure
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I am going to look into getting them soon. My new head lights are bright but they dont shine out into the ditch very good. Ill have to take one off my buddys 05 tomorrow and see how it sits under my bumper see if any fab work will be needed
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i think with the 05's and up, u need a different wireing harness.....but then again, i'm not sure
I was hoping I didnt need a harness I just wanted to use my own wire. Do you need the harness or can I do that
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I was hoping I didnt need a harness I just wanted to use my own wire. Do you need the harness or can I do that
i'm sure u can get by with just piecing stuff together, don't quote me on anything though becuse i don't know much about the whole electrical setup on the newer trucks
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I was hoping I didnt need a harness I just wanted to use my own wire. Do you need the harness or can I do that
If you dont have a harness,you can use the parklight or headlight wire on the back of the switch as a trigger wire,for a relay.
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