NNBS DIY Fog Light Wiring Harness

Apr 22, 2013
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Was unable to add the Flex Tubing because it kept fraying out.. shitty stuff, got it shrink wrapped and all wired up, waiting for the final pieces to come in that I ordered and I will be installing it all hopefully over the weekend!


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Oktain

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Looks good so far, I'd only suggest running that through some sort of wire loom though. Where are you running the power wire to?
 
Apr 22, 2013
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The fuse block with the connector that fits right into the fog lamp fuse , and yea I'm going to put something over it to protect it


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Apr 22, 2013
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Putting together the fog wiring harness was actually pretty simple I just made the ground wire A little too short but I just ended up cutting it and making it longer, the pigtails I got were not long enough. Then wired it straight to the Fog Relay and added the Light switch with the fog option and it worked perfect


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DeanH1290

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What's the best way to clear them myself? Throw them in the oven and let the glue get loose and cut the open or just buy new ones already cleared?


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Most people just cut them open. The glue on yours doesn't respond well to baking iirc. I cut mine open with a Dremel.
 

CUB

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I cleared mine myself as well. Dremel and black silicone. YouTube has 2 videos of the process from Phil at FastHeadlights. If not he will do them for you. He does great work. Look him up.