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factory foglights question

Anybody know how many watts the factory fogs are?

Reason being is i just installed a set, and i'm trying to figure out what size relay, or in line fuse, or both to run so i don't melt anything.


What would you guys suggest?

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anyone?

about to go get a relay or fuse, and need to know how big of one to get.

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pretty sure the 9415 bulb is a 55watt
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9145s are 45 watts, unless you go with the 9005s which are 65 watts.

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9145s are 45 watts, unless you go with the 9005s which are 65 watts.
just checked ge.com, your correct

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Thanks guys.

I bought them used, so i'm not sure which bulbs they have in them.

I ran a 30 amp inline fuse, and 30 amp relay, so that should cover it



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I put a set of those Silverstar bulbs in mine they r bright as ****!

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