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    Hi guys.

    Basically I'd like to install front fogs on my car, because they're not on it as standard. Question is will the car be wired up for a set of fogs and if so will the they come on with the rear fog switch?

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    In my car its two seperate switches for front fogs and rear so I can't imagine its wired for front fogs if not standard,

    You possibly have to source the switch,wiring,foglights and then mate it all together with your fusebox

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElectricGer View Post
    In my car its two seperate switches for front fogs and rear so I can't imagine its wired for front fogs if not standard,

    You possibly have to source the switch,wiring,foglights and then mate it all together with your fusebox

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    Sounds like it was wishful thinking then and would be a much bigger job than anticipated! My switch looks like the option to go up is there (for front fogs), but blanked out so I can only switch it down to rear. Can you not have front and rear on together then?
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    Its worth using the search option for the forum as the whole issue of fitting fogs to cars without them has been covered before.

    You do need to source the switch at a minimum as the front and rears are seperate. As to the rest of the details, thats something that is in the other thread on the subject.

    Not being awkward, just that I cant remember the details, just the subject matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diablo944 View Post
    Its worth using the search option for the forum as the whole issue of fitting fogs to cars without them has been covered before.

    You do need to source the switch at a minimum as the front and rears are seperate. As to the rest of the details, thats something that is in the other thread on the subject.

    Not being awkward, just that I cant remember the details, just the subject matter.
    Cheers diablo. I did do a search but all I could find were threads about modifying existing front fogs. I'll look again but in the mean time if someone knows where to find it and could post a link to the relevant thread that'd be great.
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