Issues with fog lights

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  1. Brian Carter Jr

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    I was looking at my fuse panel diagram and what if I connected to the fog light fuse itself? it says 20A is for fog lights.


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  2. Cman46290

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    Worth a try I would say. Did you see a fuse in the ip fuse block for it? Surprising it would have that if the car didn't come stock with fogs

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  3. Brian Carter Jr

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    I don’t have the model that comes with it, but I just took these aftermarket ones out and will be purchasing oem ones shortly


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  4. Brian Carter Jr

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    So I uninstalled the fog lights and found the issue, the cheap brand I bought from the unit wasn’t sealed, the connectors were rusted as well as a large amount of water came out of the housing.


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  5. Cman46290

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    I figured it would be something like that. Glad you were able to figure it out. OEM is the way to go.
     
  6. Brian Carter Jr

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    Yeah, I’m going oem that plug directly into the harness



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    You could always use clear silicone and seal the ones you have. I don't know how bad they are
     
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